You can soon rent an Audi RS 4 for S$388 a day

Audi’s car rental service, Audi On Demand, gets a hot new addition to its fleet for the month of August


Audi On Demand, the brand’s “premium mobility concept”, first launched in Singapore in early 2018, the fourth market in the world to receive the service. Ostensibly a short-term car rental programme, Audi would prefer you not call it that, as it offers a level of customer service that goes above and beyond your garden-variety car rentals.

For example, you can opt to have your car delivered to you, where a specialist concierge will run you through all of the car’s features. This may be necessary, because unlike your last bare-bones holiday rental, all of Audi On Demand’s cars come with a high level of equipment. 

Then there’s the cars themselves; not only is almost all of Audi’s current model lineup – from the A3 to the Q7 – available for booking, Audi On Demand is also one of the very few places where you can rent a car that’ll do 0-100km/h in four seconds.

That’s because one of the hottest Audis in production today, the RS 4 Avant, is being added to the fleet for the month of August only. Starting August 1, the first three bookings for the Navarro Blue RS 4 (above) get to enjoy a special promotional rate of $388 per day. 

Thereafter, the 2.9-litre twin-turbo V6 wunderwagen will be available for $498 per day or $288 per four hour block. 

READ MORE: Why we think the RS 4 Avant is the definitive Audi

For reference, some of the service’s other highlights include the A3 Sedan and Sportback (the cheapest at $158/day), the S3 Sedan and Sportback ($272/day), the TT Roadster ($352/day), the S5 Coupe ($368/day) and the Q7 ($388/day).

As with all of Audi On Demand’s cars, the RS 4 comes with full comprehensive insurance – a much welcome contingency in a car with 450hp and 600Nm of torque. Smoking is not allowed, though animals in pet carriers are, and child seats are available on request.
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