Tesla-Hertz partnership expands to sixteen new cities

Tesla’s partnership with Hertz has expanded to sixteen new cities, including Boston, Las Vegas, New York, Philadelphia and San Diego, among others.

Tesla and Hertz reached an unsigned deal late last year that would see 100,000 all-electric vehicles from the Elon Musk-led company go to the rental agency. Since then, Tesla has been fulfilling orders for Model 3 and Model Y vehicles for several months. In January, in a statement to Teslarati, Hertz confirmed that it was receiving Model 3 units. Hertz also clarified to us that Model Ys were included in the original order and that the 100,000 cars were not specifically Model 3s.

Hertz says it’s “actively receiving” Tesla Model 3 rental cars across the country

Initially, Hertz made its Model 3 and Model Y vehicles available in Atlanta, GA, Fort Lauderdale, FL, Los Angeles, CA, Miami, FL, Orlando, FL, San Francisco, CA and Washington DC Now sixteen new cities are in courses added to company locations that have Tesla available for lease:

  • Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • Atlanta, Georgia,
  • Boston, MA
  • Burbank, California
  • Chicago, Ill.
  • Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Co. Mountains, Colorado
  • Dallas, TX
  • Denver, Colorado
  • Fort Lauderdale, Florida
  • Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Los Angeles, California
  • Miami, Florida
  • Newark, New Jersey
  • New York, New York
  • Orlando Florida
  • Phoenix, Arizona
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Sacramento, California
  • San Diego, California
  • San Francisco, California
  • San Jose, California
  • washington d.c.

Tesla’s partnership with Hertz has also allowed other sustainable powertrain companies to secure deals with the rental agency. Polestar also has a deal for 65,000 units of the Polestar 2. It began deliveries in June.

Polestar begins deliveries of Polestar 2 under Hertz deal

Hertz hasn’t revealed how many Tesla units it has accepted for delivery since the partnership began, but it looks like the numbers are getting quite large given this new expansion of locations. The $4.2 billion deal for 100,000 Tesla vehicles, which appears to help Hertz deliver new, technologically superior electric vehicles, by omitting ICE engines from its fleet and encouraging more customers to try an electric vehicle.

Disclosure: Joey Klender is a shareholder of TSLA.

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Tesla-Hertz partnership expands to sixteen new cities

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