CarHopper

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CarHopper
Private
IndustryCar Rental
Founded2016 (2016)
Miami, Florida
FounderBora Hamamcioglu
HeadquartersMiami, Florida
Area served
Los Angeles, Miami, Las Vegas, San Francisco, New York City, The Hamptons, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale
ServicesBooking Platform
Websitehttp://www.carhopper.co/

CarHopper is a mobile marketplace that allows users to book luxury and exotic cars in Los Angeles, Miami, Las Vegas, New York City, San Francisco, The Hamptons, Orlando and Ft. Lauderdale. Through its website, IOS, and Google Play applications the company connects auto enthusiasts with luxury & exotic cars for daily and weekly rentals. An inventory of over $35,000,000 is currently available for rental on CarHopper.[1]

How it works[edit]

As an online marketplace and a booking platform, CarHopper connects independently owned local luxury car rental companies to travelers/renters looking for a luxury driving experience. Renters simply search by date, destination and the car they want to drive. CarHopper instantly checks for unique, luxury cars available in the selected destination and compiles available luxury cars in a single list. Renters then select the car they want and complete the booking online.[2]

Services[edit]

In each of its active markets CarHopper partners with trusted and established local luxury car rental companies. When searching for luxury cars, renters search in real-time inventory so the shown cars are actually available at the time of the search. The CarHopper Affiliates use the same website to manage the availability and pricing of their fleet.[3] According to the official website and mobile application of the company some luxury & exotic cars available for rental are Ferraris,[4] Lamborghinis,[5] and McLarens.[6]

History[edit]

CarHopper Inc. was founded in January 2016 and is headquartered in Miami, Florida. In January 2017, the company expanded into 4 new markets: Los Angeles, Miami, Las Vegas, Orlando and Ft. Lauderdale. In April 2017, CarHopper announced that it raised $1.5 million in Seed Funding at an undisclosed valuation.[7]

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