What You'll Get
The existential battle of Man vs. Machine tipped dangerously in favor of machines with the invention of the Lamborghini. Today’s side deal celebrates the precision beauty and monstrous power of the world’s most fancy and exotic cars with rentals from Supercar Rentals, Inc. For $450, you’ll get a half-day rental of the Ferrari 360 Spider or the Lamborghini Gallardo, a $900 value. This Groupon is a chance to give a spectacular gift to a lead-footed loved one or to yourself.
The Italian Futurists, despite their destructive philosophies, idolized the glorious speed and impossible precision of the machine. Most car enthusiasts would shy away from igniting the libraries and museums of the world as decreed by their terrifying manifesto. Rather, the ocular poetry of exotic cars is best expressed through haiku:
It tears across my
gaze as I stand on the curb.
I want to drive that.
While you may not be able to afford to own the car of your dreams, you can pour out a measure of that dream and drink deeply of it for 12 hours. The half-day rental includes 50 miles; additional miles cost $2.50 each. With 50 miles, you can easily feel the vast power beneath your right foot over a long stretch of road and then still have time to cruise the local streets. Your cultural capital will skyrocket when you coordinate times and places for your friends to meet up before you speed past them in high style, piping, “Oh my, pardon me and this fantastic car I am in.”
Today’s Groupon gives you the freedom to choose any day of the week to redeem your ride, whereas regular customers are limited to Monday through Friday. A driver’s license, proof of insurance, and a debonair driving scarf are all you need to be the master of the road you always wanted to be.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 16, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Ages 25 and up. Must have valid major credit card, full-coverage car insurance that can extend to vehicle, and driving record free of DUIs or significant moving violations. Subject to background check. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.