Sixt co-chief executive, Alexander Sixt, has announced a collaboration with Intel to begin offering autonomous ride-hailing services in Munich next year.
The deal includes ten first-class buses with luxurious amenities, state-of-the-art technological attachments and sophisticated interior design.
Guests can now rent high-end vehicles during their stay, selecting from the Corsa HQ inventory of desirable brands including Rolls-Royce, Lamborghini, Ferrari, Bentley and more.
In partnership with Inspirock, the personalised itinerary platform combines Skyscanner’s booking services with the latter’s personalisation engine for sightseeing and activities.
Hertz Italia has renewed its premium and Selezione fleet, which offers customers the opportunity to enjoy luxury rentals when visiting the country this summer.
Per Voegerl, who worked for over 20 years at Sixt and was managing director at Sixt UK until April last year, will succeed Ian Lawrence who previously led the network since the it launched in 1991.
Pembrokeshire zoo, Folly Farm, has upgraded its popular outdoor go karts to sustainable, electric models as part of its ongoing commitment to sustainability.
The international mobility provider and Booking.com have been cooperating successfully in Germany for several years through the provision of rental cars to travellers.
Hertz Global Holdings has successfully completed its chapter 11 restructuring process. The car rental business says it has emerged as a “financially and operationally stronger” company.
The mobility provider has added the Volvo Recharge to its range, which comprises of a new line of pure-electric and plug-in hybrid cars.
The partnership leverages Sixt’s extensive expertise in mobility for more than 100 years and Smart Rent a Car’s experience in the local car rental market.
Available across the United States, members who link their Marriott Bonvoy and Uber accounts in the Uber app will automatically start earning points on all qualifying transactions.