This Hidden Desert Rental Has No Address — But It Does Have an Audi R8
It's AirBnb with a side of secret treasure map
At a new Airbnb in California, the wifi isn’t the only amenity that could be described as “high-speed” — it also comes with a complimentary Audi R8.
The German automaker has teamed up with Airbnb to provide a select group of guests with the chance to drive the Audi R8 V10 in Death Valley by day and sleep in a modernist desert masterpiece at night.
Featuring a one-of-a-kind architectural gem that has no address and can only be located using coordinates on a map, the three-day, two-night experience will give aspiring stunt drivers the chance to push the 610-HP R8 — which is capable of hitting 0-60 in 3.2 seconds — to the limit.
The trip includes chauffeur-driven transportation from Las Vegas McCarran International Airport and meals prepared by a private chef, but guests must also be able to stay during a range of dates between October 10th and November 1st.
You also need to be willing to fork over $610 a night.
“Welcome to the ultimate full-throttle driving fantasy,” Audi says in the Airbnb listing. “An adrenaline fueled retreat, where you can live out your land speed dreams in the place where cars have come throughout history to prove their mettle.”
The first-come, first-served booking period begins on September 18th and closes on the 24th.