Miami is one of the most popular places for people to rent an exotic car. After all, with stunning beaches, and miles of palm trees, who wouldn’t want to drive a Ferrari up the coast? Remember, this is where Don Johnson’s Ferrari Testarossa cemented Miami’s connection to exotic cars! Even though a Lamborghini is actually the most popular rental for the Miami, Ft. Lauderdale or Dade County area.
But, don’t limit yourself to just those two Italian powerhouses. There are tons of options for you to choose from. And, each supercar has its own charm for you to discover.
While Don Johnson’s Ferrari Testarossa cemented Miami’s connection to exotic cars, a Lamborghini is actually the most popular rental for the area. But, don’t limit yourself to just those two Italian powerhouses. There are tons of options for you to choose from. And, each supercar has its own charm for you to discover.
Here’s a snapshot of some of the more popular exotics that people rent while in the Miami-Dade County area:
Once you’ve decided on which model of supercar is going to fulfill your dreams, it’s a good idea to map out your driving destination and route before you actually hit the road.
Even though you may have mastered Forza or Need 4 Speed, you’ll find that driving a supercar in real life is a more thrilling and demanding experience than you might have expected.
Because there is no reset button in real life, planning out your driving trip beforehand can save you a lot of time and hassle. And, it may even save your security deposit by avoiding problem driving areas right from the start.
The Greater Miami area covers a lot of territory including Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Port St. Lucie, and West Palm Beach. And, in all of that territory, there are some real gems for you to consider adding to your road trip plans.
Here are some of the more popular driving destinations in the Miami area for you to consider:
If you want to really soak in the beauty of this area, then The Overseas Highway should be on your list. Not only is it the only road to Key West, it’s also one of the world’s great scenic drives. Crossing over 42 bridges, including the Seven Mile Bridge, you’ll want to make sure you pack sunglasses, sunscreen and make time to check out the beaches, ecclectic area shops, and take lots of selfies along the way.
Want to drive your exotic car rental along the roads that Sunny Crockett made famous? Ocean Drive is the place to do it. Featured in Miami Vice, and movies like “The Bird Cage”, this iconic stretch of road is filled with all of the stereotypes you’d expect to see on a Florida beach.
Officially listed as an American Byway, this 72 mile stretch of road is brimming with intoxicating beauty. And, it’s charm is further enhanced as most of it is a simple two-lane road. From public nude beaches, to centuries-old historic landmarks, the A1A scenic highway is a must-see experience.