Access to all the adventures San Diego has to offer just got easier thanks to Silvercar. The premium mobility company continues its rapid expansion across North America by announcing plans to bring its hassle-free, premium rental experience to San Diego International Airport today.

Silvercar will be available in 20 locations across the country, including several California locations, including Los Angeles (LAX) and San Francisco (SFO). The award-wining Audi Q5 SUV and best-selling A4 sedan are available for bookings starting today. Customers can download the Silvercar app for iPhone or Android, or visit

Acquired by Audi in 2017, Silvercar has doubled down on its plans to expand its footprint. The company has opened multiple new airport locations in recent months, including Tampa, Salt Lake City, Orlando and Seattle, furthering its plan to double travel operations by the end of 2018.

Silvercar offers customers access to new 2017 and 2018 fully loaded Audi A4 sedans and Q5 SUVs with onboard Wi-Fi, navigation, and SiriusXM satellite radio — always included at no additional cost.

Audi vehicles also offer excellent driving dynamics with elevated design and advanced technology, including quattro® all-wheel drive, Audi virtual cockpit with Google Earth™, and Audi smartphone interface. The Audi Q5 is an IIHS Top Safety Pick and received Best Auto Tech award from KBB.

All Silvercar customers will continue to benefit from no fuel upcharges, no mileage restrictions, no additional fees for toll charges, and no fees for car seat rentals. Prices start at $59 per day for the Audi A4 and $69 per day for the Audi Q5. Want to keep it longer? For a limited time, Silvercar is offering 40-percent off rentals of five days for more using the code “WEEKLY”.

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