Milan is not only the capital of the Lumbardia region at the North of Italy, but is considered the financial and commerce capital of Italy. Milano, the Italian pronunciation of Milan, is also a world influencer in fashion and design - the Milan Fashion week (February) is one of the main fashion events in the world. Milan is known for its football, its opera (la Scala theater), the Duomo, the annual international exhibitions, trade shows and conventions make the city a truly international city.
To rent a Tesla in Milan will enable you not only to fit in the fine atmosphere of the city, but to find other places around Milano and reach them in style. Driving a Tesla is a perfect way to visit cities like Bergamo, Torino, Pisa, Cinque Terre in the Liguria region and other fascinating cities and locations not far from Milan.
One notable location, in which Europe Luxury Car Hire rents Tesla is Portofino, a known resort in the Liguria region at the Italian riviera, not far from Genoa. It will take you about two hours to reach Portofino from Milan with your Tesla rental. You can also rent a Tesla in Portofino or hire a Tesla in Christopher Columbus airport in Genoa (an hour from Portofino). The city is a preferred yachting destination, and the sights of the yachts in the port is extraordinary. The combination of an authentic town, luxury hotels and yachts, beautiful port and Mediterranean weather make Portofino one of the leading luxury resorts in Italy and in Europe.
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Tesla Motors designs, manufactures and sells pure electric motor cars. While other electric cars were already on the market, Tesla Motors persevered to find the technology that would allow for electric cars to be used as commonly as fuel cars, yet with more convenience, greater efficiency, equal cost, and of course without any greenhouse emission.
The end product now stands today in the form of a Model S sedan, with expectation that there will soon be an SUV in the Model X.
Rent a Tesla to take part of the automotive revolution that is changing the world as we know it.