Tourism in Germany is a lot about European culture and history. Every bigger city in Germany offers more than enough historical buildings, churches and museums. Without doubt you should definitely check all these things if you´re visiting Germany, but there a few more things you should take a look at. No, it´s not only the german beer. What is Germany known for except it´s beer and bureaucracy? Cars! Starting with Mercedes Benz, BMW, Porsche, Audi, Volkswagen and Opel. To all the car enthusiasts out there who are planning a trip to Germany – there are a few extremely entertaining options for you to do. Not only that these premium manufactures build some of the best sportscars in the world, Germany is also one of the last countries with an unrestricted highway – the german Autobahn. Regardless to say it´s a must for every sportscar fan to rent a sportscar in Germany. You can rent a sportscar all throughout Germany, all you have to do is to decide when and which car to drive. To give you some tipps here are the most popular german sportscars to rent.
This one is quite obvious, but still needs to be mentioned. With the introduction of the Porsche 911 series in 1964, Porsche came back to the top sportscar manufacturers of the world. Since today many things have changed, but the Porsche 911 is still one of the best and iconic sportscars around. It´s unique design, which always identifies a 911 at first sight, the combination of a boxer-engine and rear-wheel-drive and the best you can get out of german engineering. There are only a few supercars that can compete with a Porsche 911 in terms of handling & driving dynamics. Besides of that Porsche offers an excellent quality of all parts of the car, wether the interior or exterior – everything is just on point. There may be some sportscars that have more power, or accelerate faster, but driving a Porsche 911 is just a unique experience!
The R8 was Audi´s first supercar they had ever released, and people loved it. The latest Audi R8 V10plus comes along with a 5.2l litre V10, delivering astonishing 610HP. As one of the last naturally aspirated engines in the supercar market, this Audi knows exactly how to impress people. Since the car is technically nearly the same as the Lamborghini Huracan it is quite self explaining that the Audi R8 is more than just a sportscar. This roaring V10 accelerates the car from 0 to 100 km/h in just under 3 seconds, combined with Audi´s famous Quattro all-wheel-drive and hightec ceramic brakes this comes closer to a Formula car instead of a street car. Topspeed above 300km/h isn´t a big deal for the Audi R8. If you are curious what it feels like to drive more than 300km/h, then go ahead and rent an Audi R8 for the german Autobahn.
Mercedes Benz AMG
The first thing that should come into you mind when thinking about luxurious german cars is Mercedes Benz. Although this brand is mostly known for their elegant upper-class sedans, they know exactly what a real sportscar needs. AMG is Mercedes´ own tuning company, that transforms the comfortable & luxurious sedans into really impressing high performance cars. Big V8 Biturbo engines deliver more than enough power to make you forget that you are actually sitting inside of a big & heavy cruiser. Then there´s also the unmistakable AMG sound, a tough suspension and state of the art technology. But Mercedes AMG doesn´t just change the original cars into crazy sportscars, all of the AMG models also deliver a huge amount of comfort in relation to what they are. The combination of sportscar and luxurious sedan – there´s no other brand that knows better how to do this.
Ferrari, Lamborghini & Co.
Of course you can also rent a Ferrari or Lamborghini in Germany. These are just the most common german sportscars, which you should definitely take a look at. If you prefer the exotic Italian supercars like a Lamborghini Aventador there are also plenty of options for you to rent these cars. But you don´t visit Japan to eat burgers & fries, right?