Exotic Car Rental at the JFK Airport
Travelers to the JFK airport have a lot to be excited about. This international hub is located only 12 miles from downtown Manhattan and is situated in the heart of Queens. That makes it a great spot for beginning a fun and adventurous sightseeing excursion. Whether you have just enough time to hop around Queens or you’re given ample time to make the trip to Manhattan, having a luxury rental in NYC is ideal for your plans.
Porsche 911 GT3
Prepare yourself for a mind-blowing experience when you get behind the wheel of the high-powered Porsche 911 GT3 rental. This sports car is equipped with a 4.0-liter flat-six engine that produces 500 horsepower. That means you can go from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.4 seconds. Sitting in the cockpit of this luxury coupe makes you feel like you’re driving a supercar. You’ll notice that heads turn to catch a glimpse of you along the way and you’ll be treated like a VIP at every stop you make.
If you’ve ever dreamt of being a race-car driving legend, the Nissan GT-R for hire is the right car for you. Between the powerful 3.8-liter V6 engine that outputs 542 horsepower and the quick steering combined with the adjustable suspension, you are sure to experience a spiriting touring adventure. Even amateurs feel like a superhero as they zoom down the road with this track-ready coupe. The many safety features like ABS, Driveline Traction Control and Electronic Stability Control (ESC) only further ease your mind as you sightsee. Take your friends with you for a ride because there’s ample space to fit four people.
Tesla Model S
If you want to experience luxury style while doing something good for the environment, the Tesla Model S rental is available for you. This four-passenger sedan is fully equipped with a strong electric powertrain that gives drivers access to 518 horsepower. Feel the smooth ride you desire with the four-corner auto-leveling double wishbone suspension. Inside the tech-laden cabin, you even have access to a seven-speaker sound system, heated front bucket seats and an LCD monitor.
Places to Travel in an Exotic Car Rental
When you slide into the Tesla Model S at JFK International, you have access to a world of sightseeing adventures just miles away. In fact, only six miles from the airport is Corona Park. It’s the largest in Queens plus it’s the home of the Mets. You can play some sports here, visit a science museum, peruse an art gallery or see your favorite animals at a zoo. The world’s largest globe is on display, the Unisphere. It’s been there since the World’s Fair of 1964. Stop by the Flushing Bay Promenade to get a spectacular view of the East River.
Located just beyond Corona Park is Queens Botanical Garden. This 39-acre green space offers a refreshing break from the Manhattan cityscape. If you need a little fresh air, there are plenty of places here to relax. Make sure you stop by the bee garden and grab a sample of their local honey.
If you’re feeling lucky, you might prefer to head to Resorts World Casino which is only three miles from the airport. Play some roulette, craps or blackjack and then eat at the food court and bar.
If the beach is calling your name, stop off at Rockaways. This peninsula is popular with those on layovers because it’s nearby. Hit the sand and set up a relaxing spot among the other sunbathers. If the weather is too cold for the sun, you can still explore the beach’s boardwalk for some fun.
If you desire to be one with nature, then do some bird-watching in Jamaica Bay instead. It’s only three miles from the airport and features a secluded 18,000 acres of vast wildlife. You can observe over 300 species of birds that come for refuge to this area. There are even some bald eagles. You can take a guided hike or venture out on your own with a bike or horseback.
With your exotic car rental at the JFK airport, there’s no limit to the adventures you can have. Spend an hour nearby or travel into the depths of NYC for a day and mingle with the crowds.
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