The Classiest Way to Get Out of Town

Audi on demand, SF-only

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The Classiest Way to Get Out of Town
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17 December 2015

Here in the Valley of Disruption, we’re used to being at the front of the line.

Concentrate the country’s most ambitious, forward-looking minds in one place and cool stuff happens.

Like: an Audi, delivered to your door, anywhere in San Francisco.

It’s called Audi on demand, and it’s an app available exclusively in the City by the Bay.

It’s easy as pie. Start by downloading the app on a compatible iPhone (Android folks, your version is on the way).* Then clear your weekend. Actually, clear a few weeks, since you can book your choice of model for up to 28 days.

Get a map of the West Coast, and run your finger up and down the 101. Throw a dart, if you need to. We say aim for Lassen.

Reserve your car in the app. You’ve got a choice of around 18 models, from an adventure-friendly Q5 to a limousine-esque S8 to a hair-raising V10 R8 Spyder.

And since you’re an InsideHook reader, you can get $100 off your res with code CIHC001.

Your Audi concierge will deliver your wheels and give you a tour of the features before handing over the keys.

Next stop: the open road.


*Always pay careful attention to the road, and do not drive while distracted. The Audi on demand app requires iPhone® 4s or newer running iOS 7 or newer. Data rates apply.

$100 Audi on demand promotional voucher only for Audi on demand customers age 25 or older with a valid driver's license. One driver per reservation. Excludes cost of fuel, parking, mileage overage charges, and damages not covered by insurance. Customer is responsible for insurance, which may be purchased through Audi on demand. Not valid for cash; no cash back. Maximum one promotional voucher or code per transaction. Promotional voucher must be redeemed by December 31, 2015. Vehicle reservation may be made up to six months in advance.

Concierge delivery and pickup is only available during operating hours (7 AM-8 PM PST, seven days a week).

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