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Looking for excitement with your next supercar hire and a drive of a lifetime? Enjoy the most powerful, beautiful, and engaging supercars available, for a price you can afford. Our vast fleet comprises of a selection of the most desirable supercars for hire in the world. We own and manage an extensive collection of supercars for hire in central London, and we can deliver throughout England and the UK with our Guaranteed Gold VIP Delivery Service.

We are open for enquiries 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Our supercars are delivered with self drive hire insurance for 2 drivers, and as if that’s not enough, we can deliver & collect from any UK address 7 days a week, even at short notice. Once delivered, it only takes moments to sign your supercar hire agreement, then you can be on route to enjoy the roads of London or anywhere in the UK or Europe.

Classic Parade VIP Guaranteed Gold Service

As owners of the most sort after marques in the world, our VIP Guaranteed Gold Service includes our usual high standard vehicle valeting and 24 point check that delivers what you expect from a world leading brand.
Our clients can visit us in our Shoreditch office which is located in central London or we will be all too happy to deliver to West London, South London, East London, Heathrow Airport and Gatwick Airport to name a few locations around the UK. Our supercar hire service will take you wherever you need in complete luxury and style. If you choose to hire from Classic Parade, you will receive pristine vehicles, world standard service, and the most knowledgeable licenced chauffeurs that will make your experience memorable . Give us a ring today for a quote.

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Special Offers

Mercedes AMG GTS Edition 1

- 5 day hire Monday - Friday
- 200 miles inclusive
- £1700.00
- Nationwide delivery and collection

Audi R8 V10 Plus Spyder

- 5 day hire Monday - Friday
- 200 miles inclusive
- £1700.00
- Nationwide delivery and collection

Bentley Continental GTC

- 5 day hire Monday - Friday
- 200 miles inclusive
- £1700.00
- Nationwide delivery and collection

Aston Martin DB9

- 5 day hire Monday - Friday
- 200 miles inclusive
- £1700.00
- Nationwide delivery and collection

Lamborghini Huracan

- 5 day hire Monday - Friday
- 200 miles inclusive
- £2300.00
- Nationwide delivery and collection

Ferrari 488 Spyder

- 5 day hire Monday - Friday
- 200 miles inclusive
- £3300.00
- Nationwide delivery and collection



Want to know more about Classic Parade? We are a leading provider of supercar hire and prestige car hire in London and the UK. We are happy to offer a vast number of the finest and rarest vehicles in the world today, all of which are available to rent short or long term.

Do you dream of driving a supercar? To provide you with complete ease of mind, all of our prices and vehicles include fully comprehensive self-drive hire insurance and roadside assistance throughout the UK and Europe.

But wait – there’s more, as well as a top collection of rare cars that can’t be beaten anywhere in the UK, at Classic Parade we pride ourselves on our guaranteed gold vip service.

Tesla Electric Supercar Hire

Classic Parade Electric Car Hire is changing the car hire landscape. Our pure fleet of Tesla Model’s are readily available from London, the UK and Europe, and are available to hire from £200.00 per day, however better rates are available for long term hires. Find out more about our Tesla Electric Supercar Hire.


Typical Supercar Hire Examples

Audi RS Hire in the UK

Audi RS7
– Deytona Grey or Panther Black
£450 Per Day + £1800.00 security deposit
– Nationwide delivery and collection

Mercedes AMG Hire London

Mercedes Benz AMG GT S Edition 1
– Magnetite Black or Diamond White
£600.00 per day + £5000.00 security deposit
– Nationwide delivery and collection
– Delivery and collection included

Audi Hire London

Audi R8 V10 Plus Coupe / Spyder
– Samoa Orange Metallic
– Latest model (2016)
£600.00 per day + £5000.00 security deposit
– 2 extra drivers free of charge
– UK / London delivery and collection

Aston Martin Hire

Aston Martin DB9 Coupe / Volante
– Onyx Black
– Midweek deal £900 for 3 days
– £3500.00 security deposit
– Delivery and collection included

Ferrari Hire in the UK

(2016) New Ferrari 488 GTB / Spyder
– Rosso Dino Red
£1000.00 daily with no minimum term
– £5000.00 typical refundable security deposit
– UK wide delivery free of charge

Lamborghini Hire in London

Latest Lamborghini Huracan Coupe/Spyder
– Bianco Monocerus White
£850.00 per day based over 3 days
– £5000.00 refundable security deposit
– Free delivery in London

The above are typical hire descriptions representing our Lamborghini Huracan, Ferrari 488 GTB & Spyder, Audi R8 V10 Plus Coupe & Spyder, Aston Martin DB9 Coupe & Volante, Mercedes Benz C63 AMG Coupe, Audi RS7, Mercedes Benz AMG GT S Edition 1. To bring you the best deals possible, our rates fluctuate regularly. Please enquire via our booking form for our latest deals and accurate rates.

The Hybrid Supercar Hire Collection

Porsche 918 Spyder Hire

Ferrari LaFerrari

Signifying Ferraris pinnacle of hybrid engineering excellence.
Available for special events and occasions, chauffeur driven and self drive hire. Special terms apply.

Porsche 918 Spyder Hire

Porsche 918 Spyder

A revolutionary mid engined plug in hybrid supercar masterpiece by Porsche.
Currently available on a self drive or chauffeur driven basis. All requirements assessed individually.

McLaren P1 Hire

McLaren P1

A pacemaker with leading technology in the hybrid supercar arena.
Available for self drive or chauffeur driven, we also consider bookings for promotional use.

Each of the above cars carries a price tag of around £1 million or more making the BMW i8 seem like a real snip at £105,000. This really is a more practical supercar offering many of the advantages of more lowly hybrids such as exceptional fuel efficiency and zero rated V.E.D band. Its 3 cylinder 1.5 litre turbocharged engine produces 231 bhp but an additional 161 bhp from the front mounted electric motor powering the front wheels gives blistering acceleration. It also has a usable 22 mile range in all-electric mode. Hybrid technology now dominates F1 and even Le Mans. Suddenly hybrids are cool!

All of our hybrid supercars are readily available for bookings throughout London, the UK and Europe.



Range Rover Sport SVR vs. Porsche Cayenne Turbo S

Range Rover Sport SVR

Power
542 bhp
Torque
680 Nm
0-60 Time
4.7 sec
Top Speed
162 mph

Porsche Cayenne Turbo S

Power
562 bhp
Torque
800 Nm
0-60 Time
4.1 sec
Top Speed
171 mph

Rewind 20 years, and the idea of a high-performance 4x4 was enough to send Porsche purists into a frenzy. But the arrival of the first Cayenne gave birth to the performance off-roader genre, and led to this very battle: the ultimate in sporting, road-focused SUVs.

These two cars have much in common, including performance-enhanced V8 engines, eight-speed automatic gearboxes, quad exhaust systems, adaptive handling settings and bespoke styling touches. The Range Rover is squarer and the more traditional-looking off-roader, while the Porsche is more slippery-looking and more of a crossover.

So, in theory, Porsche should have the advantage. Performance cars are its forte, and the second-generation Cayenne is a much more successful blend of classic Porsche sports car styling cues. But, for all of Porsche’s sporting heritage and knowledge, stepping into the luxury SUV arena it seems to have kicked its football into Range Rover’s back garden. Does it deserve it back? Let’s see.

Under the bonnet

The Range Rover Sport SVR is the first vehicle from Jaguar Land Rover’s Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) unit, a new internal tuning arm. They’ve inserted an uprated, supercharged 5.0-litre V8 engine with 542bhp. Pumping out 680Nm of torque and generating 542bhp, it’ll sprint to 60mph in under 5 seconds.

But, on paper at least, the Porsche is the winner here: its twin-turbocharged 4.8-litre V8 develops 800Nm of torque and 562bhp. It’s almost 100kg lighter too, meaning the 0-60mph dash is over in a fraction over 4 seconds. But unless you’re heading to a track, you’ll barely notice the difference between the two.

It’s not all about power, though. Each vehicle features upgraded suspension and tauter handling characteristics, so you can transmit that power to the road. And while the Sport SVR is a performance model, it fundamentally remains a Range Rover, with the mud-plugging ability to match – if you’re heading off-road, it’s the one to choose.

In the cabin

It’s not all about power, though. Each vehicle features upgraded suspension and tauter handling characteristics, so you can transmit that power to the road. And while the Sport SVR is a performance model, it fundamentally remains a Range Rover, with the mud-plugging ability to match – if you’re heading off-road, it’s the one to choose.

Sporty leather seats are provided all-round, with a consummate list of standard equipment, including satellite navigation, a fantastic sound system, so you can set the perfect soundtrack, and an enviable high-riding seating position.




McLaren P1 vs. Porsche 918 Spyder

McLaren P1

Power
727 bhp
Torque
720 Nm
0-60 Time
2.8 sec
Top Speed
218 mph

Porsche 918 Spyder

Power
887 bhp
Torque
1280 Nm
0-60 Time
2.2 sec
Top Speed
210 mph

When looking to rent a supercar, it can pay to compare your options. Here, two powerhouses of engineering face off in an epic battle. It’s the perfect story: the new challenger against the established king. Ingenuity versus precision. F1 versus Le Mans. Britain versus Germany.

You might decide your favourite on looks alone – and nobody would blame you.

And that might be the only thing to separate them – for these two cars are remarkably similar. Both on sale for just two years (2013-2015) as part of a limited production run, their manufacturers have both trodden similar paths in their quest for performance. Supercars of old relied simply on hugely powerful engines to deliver mind-boggling speed, but current regulations mean engineers need to be smarter.

There are no naturally-aspirated V12s to be found here. In fact, both employ turbocharging and electric motors to increase the horsepower of their thundering drivetrains, delivering spectacular acceleration with a hat-tip towards the environment.

Under the bonnet

The McLaren may have the larger brake horsepower figure, but it actually features the smaller engine. It’s a 3.8-litre twin-turbocharged V8, bolstered by an electric motor to deliver 904bhp.

This motor sits between the engine and transmission to overcome turbo-lag and provide additional torque. The combined powertrain drives the rear wheels and accelerates the P1 to a theoretical 218mph.

The naturally-aspirated 4.6-litre V8 in the Porsche is much less powerful, with 603bhp. Its trump card is its dual electric motors; one at the front axle and one at the rear, for all-wheel drive agility. Combined with the engine, its combined output is a monstrous 887bhp.

The use of electric power provides massive torque, too, for startling acceleration both from a standstill and in gear. This also means the electric motors alone can power the 918 Spyder in virtual silence. The downside is the electric-only range is just 12 miles and only works at low speeds. But with CO2 emissions of 70g/km, it’s the one to pick if you need to project a greener image.

In the cabin

The huge difference in torque should mean the Porsche is significantly faster than the McLaren, but one detail keeps them toe-to-toe: weight. The McLaren is 184kg lighter than the Porsche – equivalent to two weighty passengers.

That extra weight is partly down to the more glamorous interior of the Porsche. Much like the brand’s Formula One cars, the McLaren feels comparatively stripped-out. The Porsche, on the other hand, is much more plush, with a full touchscreen interface dominating the centre console.




Rolls-Royce Ghost vs. Bentley Mulsanne

Rolls-Royce Ghost

Power
562 bhp
Torque
780 Nm
0-60 Time
4.2 sec
Top Speed
155 mph

Bentley Mulsanne

Power
530 bhp
Torque
1020 Nm
0-60 Time
5.1 sec
Top Speed
184 mph

This face-off sees two legendary names from British motoring go head-to-head with a pair of luxury saloons. For many years, these two brands were closely related, but under German ownership in recent decades (Rolls-Royce by BMW, Bentley by VW) their styling has diverged.

Both the Ghost and Mulsanne have been hand-made here in Britain since 2010, and their names reference the past - the Ghost from the iconic Silver Ghost, one of the first Rolls-Royces; and the Mulsanne from the so-named corner of the Le Mans circuit, where Bentley has gained repeated historical success.

The two share similar silhouettes, with long bonnets leading into large, four-seat cabins and rakish rear windscreens. In fact, from the side they are reasonably difficult for the untrained eye to tell apart. From the front, they are more distinct: the Rolls-Royce has rectangular lights and is more imposing, while the Bentley is more rounded and subtly softer-looking.

Another point of difference is their purchase price. The Rolls starts from £200,000, while the base Bentley is the thick end of £230,000. At such elevated prices, they are both a rare sight on British roads – just a few hundred of each exist on these shores, ensuring exclusivity.

Under the bonnet

Luxurious models like these are engineered to provide an effortless driving experience, with hugely powerful engines under the bonnet required to shift their considerable weight.

The Rolls-Royce features a 6.6-litre V12 with twin-turbos, producing 562bhp and powering to 60mph in a little over four seconds. Similarly, the Bentley has a (slightly less) powerful 6.75-litre V8, again twin-turbocharged, and producing 530bhp. Naturally, both are mated to automatic gearboxes.

The Bentley is the heavier car, with a 160kg bigger kerb weight, but can still sprint to 60mph in just over five seconds thanks to huge torque figures.

In the cabin

Dimensionally, the two cars are very similar, with correspondingly cavernous boots and plenty of space for a driver and three passengers.

In fact, most people experience one of these cars as a passenger – leaving the task of navigating their considerable size to a chauffeur. Wherever you’re sat, you’ll hardly be aware of the cars’ blistering pace because their cabins are so cosseting: woods, leathers and deep-pile carpets create a suitably high-end environment.

One key difference is ease of access to those rear seats: the Rolls-Royce’s rear doors are rear-hinged, meaning you exit forwards rather than sideways – perfect if you’re using your car to arrive at a paparazzi-attended event where the first glimpse of your outfit is front-page news.





Epic Driving Roads

The thrill of the drive. The sound of the engine. The wind in your hair. Nothing beats that feeling of letting loose (safely, of course) when you're behind the wheel of a supercar. We've compiled a list of 10 epic driving routes around the UK to help you really enjoy your rental experience.

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Corporate Supercar Hire

Our Prestige and Supercar Hire service in London and the UK provides an excellent platform to impress new clients in a unique way. The spectacular atmosphere in the Lamborghini Huracan and exceptional power in the Ferrari 488 GTB is perfectly suited to impress and celebrate success with heavy impact. Our supercar hire service provides a nice opportunity to build relationships with clients and suppliers in complete style, furthermore our service features market leading marques, the highest specification of vehicles, and European wide assistance.

Event Supercar Hire

Classic Parade lists all of the events in England. How about enjoying a supercar to get you from A –B whilst visiting the city, town or village of your event, drive around like a rock star in a Lamborghini while dressed as like Elton John and sample some local cuisine in a fabulous city setting. Dance, sing, party, comedy, art, cinema, poetry, classic lifestyle and even whistling like a bird are all part and parcel off typical English events, shows and festivals. Would you like to sample English tradition? England is the proud designer of the social season calendar of winter and summer events. Proud to be in the UK? The UK is rife with opera, glorious gardens and perhaps the major sporting events such as horse racing and rowing to only name a few.