Whether it is a Hong Kong Wedding Car Rental for 3 hours Package this 3 passenger Mercedes Benz Sedan will accommodate your highest expectations. Mercedes Benz Sedan features Maximum number of passengers 3 , Leather seats and Air-conditioning for backseat passengers available and lots of leg room. This vehicle is well-maintained and always clean interior. The driver is save speaks fluent English and willing to go extra mile for every request. Your satisfaction is our main goal so we will get you to your destination and back at the competitive price. So relax and enjoy the ride!
Vehicle Highlights: 10 Passenger Capacity Concert quality audio HDTV's and DVD/Blue Ray Wet bar with coolers for drinks Comfortable custom leather seating Deluxe deep pile luxury carpeting For the ultimate in class and luxury, our Mercedes Benz stretch limousines offer unparalleled comfort and amenities. Perfect for any event, you'll find these luxurious vehicles more affordable than you'd imagine!
Kowloon, Hong Kong; Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong; New Territories, Hong Kong
OVERVIEW The Continental GT V8 S’s new front bumper incorporates an inverted aerofoil-like design, instantly evoking the passion and drama of the racetrack, while a new and innovative lip-style spoiler adorns the rear, providing greater bite in every turn. To herald these changes, a dynamic and newly designed Bentley ‘B’ fender vent is located behind each front wheel. Inside, a redesigned three-spoke steering wheel with paddle-shift gear selectors creates a more intense handling experience. While, the ﬂowing lines of straight-ﬂute upholstery tightly wrap the seats, conveying purposeful movement, even when the car is still. And beneath the bonnet of the new Continental GT V8 S beats a monstrous heart: a 4.0 litre, twin-turbocharged V8 engine, with the power to generate 520 bhp (389 kW / 528 PS @ 6,000 rpm). At 1,700 RPM the GT V8 S generates 680 Nm of torque – even more than the 660 Nm achieved by its sibling, the GT V8. From a standing start the GT V8 S will reach 60 miles per hour in 4.3 seconds, before climbing all the way to its top speed of 192 mph (309 km/h).
Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong; Kowloon, Hong Kong; New Territories, Hong Kong