Driving around South Florida just took a stylish turn thanks to a Miami-based car rental company that’s making four-wheeled statements out of used vehicles.
That’s the general idea behind Vice City Rentals, a concept launched by Luka Ivano that gives customers a menu of eye-catching cars from which to choose—some limited antiques, some transformed by local car shops into completely reimagined models. There’s a Vice Truck, for example, that’s inspired by the Tesla Cyber truck. The ViceSlings, in sporty red and black, are the company’s customized spin on the three-wheeled Slingshot. Fans of high fashion will appreciate the handcrafted Vanderhalls powered by General Motors (there’s a Gucci Bee and Louis Vuitton-inspired LV). For those into throwbacks, check out Vice “classics” like the 1968 Bronco and the 1970 International Scout.
Rentals, which run between $200 and $450 per day, include insurance and unlimited mileage. Visit vicerentals.com to see the full fleet of offerings.