Silvercar by Audi becomes Audi on demand – Rental operations



Dealer leasing services are available at 38 Audi dealerships, with more to come by the end of 2022.

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Audi of America has announced the name change of its Silvercar by Audi rental company at Audi on request. With a new name and long-term rental options, the mobility offering allows Audi vehicles to be reserved on demand for customers across the United States

Audi On Demand is an app-based rental offering at participating Audi dealerships, and has grown to include more cars, more dealerships, and more ways to access Audi vehicles while adapting to needs. ever-changing consumer mobility, according to the company.

Through Audi On Demand, participating dealers offer a rental experience with flexible terms (daily, weekly, monthly) while offering convenient pickup and delivery options. In addition to the rebrand, Audi on demand now offers long-term rental options, in some cases up to a year. Additionally, the all-Audi fleet recently expanded its model offering to include the Audi e-tron Sportback, making Audi On Demand the first and only rental car company to offer the all-electric vehicle, according to the report. ‘announcement.

“Consumer behaviors are changing and Audi is listening,” said Sara Whiffen, vice president of strategy, mobility and retail operations at Audi of America. “Audi on demand enables us to meet the growing need for short- and long-term mobility experiences – local rental options, longer test drives, flexible short-term transportation and rental bridges – meeting the demands and expectations of consumers in today’s rapidly changing travel environment.”

Audi on-demand services are currently available at 38 Audi dealerships with more to come by the end of 2022.

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