Boston Supercars offers a large selection of luxury cars in the USA from East coast to West coast. We have Exotic cars in some of the most popular holiday destinations in America. We stand by our motto that you drive premium at economy rates so you will be able to experience luxury at every location we have in USA. Some of the most popular Brands in our lineup are Lamborghini, Ferrari, Aston Martin, Audi, Mercedes-Benz, Jaguar, BMW and many more. We keep adding latest supercars to your fleet to keep it exciting.
Best Maintained Rental Supercars in the US
With Boston Supercars you not only get great luxury cars but also an outstanding customer service. We are offering a 24/7 US native customer service and a roadside assistance so you will feel like you are never driving alone. Our cars are maintained properly and are at peak of their health. Apart from the mechanical aspect, we also ensure that our supercars are sparkling clean every time we serve a customer.
We Offer Variety
We know that not everyone wants to spend $1000s per day to drive the latest Ferrari. That’s why we offer under $400 deals on cars like Ferrari 458 and Mclaren MP4-12. Our goal is to give as many folks as possible the true exotic car ownership experience.
Many people question us that how we are able to offer such good deals and “what’s the catch to make profit? ” Well, There is no catch; There no hidden tactic or trick. Zero hidden fees, obscure taxes, no sneaky upsell or secret vehicles that we’re keeping from you. We are just regular car guy who loves to have fun with supercars and share it with like-minded individuals. If you are planning a trip to Boston, Do visit our showroom, even if it’s just to look around the exotic cars.
Check out some Supercars you can Rent from us
1- Aston Martin DBS-
Aston Martin DBS Ultimate arrived directly on their public domain website. Before the new coupe arrives next year to mark the momentous occasion, Aston Martin will do the honors of granting the privilege to its customers of owning the last few numbered Ultimate editions of DBS that will ever be produced. The cars will feature special badging, a painted rear deck-lid spoiler, carbon-fiber wing mirror caps, a darkened grille, smoked tail-lamps, Zircotec-coated tailpipes and a choice of yellow, black or red brake calipers. The interiors of the DBS Ultimate will feature diamond-quilted stitching on the leather seats and Alcantara headliner in either red or silver thread. Choosing exterior paint finishes from the Carbon Black II, Quantum Silver or Silver Fox will be up to to the customer.
2- Lamborghini Huracan
Sculptured and sensual, the Huracán’s design is based on the spiky hexagonal forms of the carbon atom, while the seamless roof profile is an unmistakable mark of the Lamborghini DNA. The Huracán is unique even in the dark, thanks to the alluringly “technological” light of its full-LED lighting system. Lamborghini has achieved another milestone in its 54-year-old history with the rollout of the 8,000th unit of the Huracan. This milestone comes just three years after since its introduction at 2014 Geneva Auto Show. Lamborghini offers six different variants of the Huracan which include an all-wheel-drive coupe, a rear-wheel-drive coupe, an all-wheel drive Spyder, a rear-wheel drive Spyder, the slightly unhinged ‘Performante’ edition and the limited edition Avio. The Huracan is powered by a 5.2-litre, naturally-aspirated V10 engine. The power figures vary from depending on the variant chosen. The most powerful among them is the Huracan Performante that makes 640PS of power and 600Nm of torque. This enables it to reach a 100kmph from a standstill in just 2.9 seconds!
It really is no surprise that the Ferrari 458 Italia is being praised as one of the best cars Ferrari has ever made. Whether on the road or on the track, there are very few complaints about what Ferrari has accomplished with the brand new design of the 458. It’s versatility and driving experience are second to none.
After all, the legacy of the brand stretches back to the late 1930’s. That is nearly 80 years of creative innovation, research, development, and of course the most important element of any Ferrari: passion.
The 458 has poised itself in such a way to stand out from its competitors with its exciting new design. One could say the 458 Italia is the most vivid example of Ferraris exponential advancement over the years. The level of refinement and improvement between the Ferrari F430 and the 458 can nearly be measured in light years.
As the entry-level model from Ferrari, the 458 now features performance figures and state-of-the-art technological advancements of such a high caliber, that only a few years ago could they only be found in legendary supercars and hypercars. The future of the supercar automotive landscape has changed thanks to the 458.
4- Ferrari 488
Ferrari 488 GTB is one of the most demanded rental supercars in Boston. Priced at INR 3.88 crore, the 488 is a successor to the iconic 458 Italia and Ferrari’s second turbocharged attempt in recent times, post the last year introduced California T. It is powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.9-litre V8 engine that churns out a total of 661bhp and 760 Nm of peak torque. Power from the mid-placed engine is channeled through a revised 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox. It also features a Variable Torque Management system, which unleashes the massive twist from the engine linearly and powerfully right across its rev range. The 488 GTB is capable of doing 0-200 km/h in an unbelievable 8.3 seconds and 0-100 km/h in 3 seconds flat.
5- Ferrari F12
The Ferrari F12 Berlinetta is one of the craziest creations of the Cavallino brand in the last ten years. Probably, with the exception of the almighty LaFerrari, this sports car is the most powerful one that has left the factory in Maranello. Much of its charm lies in its engine.
However, the benefits of this sport are not only mechanical. It has a design that plays perfectly with aerodynamics, so it is able to travel in curves at a high speed without losing traction. It is one of the fastest series cars of the moment and is the envy of many manufacturers.
Although in the market there are several supercars of large displacement, this Ferrari F12 Berlinetta cannot be reached by most of them. You may feel slightly threatened by the Lamborghini Aventador or the Aston Martin Vantage, but none of them offers as much power as the Ferrari.
This car is a dream model that will delight those who can afford it. In addition, for those who fall short, there is a higher variant called Ferrari F12tdf that is able to achieve better performance.
6- Lamborghini Aventador
Everyone knows that Lamborghini has been a staple in the exotic sports car market through the decades, but, unless you are a true enthusiast, you might not know about the legacy or history of the iconic Lamborghini S models. Beginning with the Miura, then the Islero, Countach, and finally the Urraco, Lamborghini introduced exciting S models to these epochal automobiles. A couple of years ago, the fifth icon to inherit this legacy was introduced: the Aventador.
Even more recently, Lamborghini introduced another exciting version of this new legend: the Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster. For 2018, the Aventador S Roadster is an open-top, two-seat sports car with a V12 engine and plenty of power. The best news? It’s available right here in Boston.
7- Porsche 911 GT3
The true driver’s car, Porsche’s GT3 is a racecar for the roads but one will rarely fully exploit it. That’s the trait that defines the GT3, not just among Porsches but among the world’s best drivers’ cars. As a result, it engenders fascination like almost nothing else. No matter how hard it’s pushed, there’s still magic to be discovered in its responses, beauty in its feedback, joy in its abilities. This is a machine whetted on the mill of necessity and unencumbered by frippery. It is noise and feels and heat and speed wrapped into a physically absurd package then distilled beyond what its design merits.
8- Porsche 911 Turbo
Porsche 911 Turbo S is the mid petrol variant in the 911 lineup and is priced at Rs. 2.66 crore (ex-showroom, Delhi). This base variant comes with an engine putting out 572bhp@6750rpm and 750Nm@2250-4000rpm of max power and max torque respectively. The gasoline motor comes fitted with a 7 Speed Automatic transmission which is quite a fun to use.
9- Audi R8 V10+
The original R8 was the car that proved to the world that Audi can make supercars, and make them well too. In fact, not many cars could match the all-around performance of an R8. Yes, it wasn’t as aspirational as a Ferrari or a Lamborghini, but it sure as hell was a lot easier to live with. This second generation model is nowhere to further its predecessor’s legacy. Be warned, it has some pretty big shoes to fill. second-generation R8 retains from its predecessor is the 5.2-litre naturally aspirated V10 engine, and boy we are glad about it, especially when the world is turning its attention to turbochargers. Much to the delight of purists, the R8 sounds like music to the ears and is highly responsive to inputs from the right foot. Thanks to the 610PS of peak power and maximum torque of 560Nm the new R8 reaches three-digit speeds before you even know it.
10- McLaren 720S
Enthusiasts recognize the 720S in an instant, but all other onlookers can merely surmise the car is special. Aerodynamics influence every bit of the vehicle’s form, but in such a non-traditional way that some may not appreciate the car’s styling. We, for one, find it enchantingly beautiful and appropriately distinguished — as all supercars should be. As impressive as the 720S may be at rest, it won’t make you giggle like a goon until wheels are in motion. Mated to the car’s evolutionary carbon fiber monocoque chassis is a 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 tuned to produce 710 horsepower and 568 pound-feet of torque.
11- Nissan GTR
A decade in the making and a technical tour de force for Nissan, the GT-R carries on a long tradition of Skyline-based muscle cars that can turn your insides out. It’s spawned numerous versions in the eight years since its launch, culminating in the $300,000 GT-R Nismo special edition that was released in February 2017. It’s not especially comfortable, nor is it particularly quiet, but by God, it’s bloody fast.