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About Turo

Turo is a car sharing marketplace where travellers can rent any car they want, wherever they want it, from a vibrant community of local car owners. Travellers choose from a totally unique selection of nearby cars, while car owners earn extra money and help fuel their adventures.

About The Digital Newsroom

The Turo Digital Newsroom is a simple and useful resource for you to keep track of all the latest news stories. High resolution images and complete press releases are available to download from here, and you can connect with our various social media profiles easily. Suggestions for improvements are welcome.

Contact Details

Liana Bignall & Lareece Blenman
Manifest London
t. +44 (0)203 1379 270
e. turo@manifest.london


Say “I do” to the perfect car

Something borrowed: Turo’s guide to the ultimate wedding wheels 

It’s no secret that weddings are expensive and time-intensive to plan, with the big day likely to be the biggest expenditure in our lives.

With a modern wedding taking on average 528 hours, or 22 full days*, to plan we’re a nation desperately seeking solutions for how to save money and time without compromising on quality.

Enter Turo, the perfect ‘something borrowed’ for couples preparing to tie the knot. The peer-to-peer car-sharing app boasts hundreds of unique cars, ideally suited to every kind of special day, for a fraction of the average cost. 

Available whenever and wherever you need it, Turo offers brides and grooms the chance to get behind the wheels of their dream car – whether arriving in a timeless Rolls Royce or driving off into the sunset in an ulta-luxe Lamborghini.

Here are Turo’s top picks guaranteed to ensure the big day goes off without a hitch.

Something Borrowed

Rolls Royce Silver

Rolls Royce 1980’s – £395 per day

The white Rolls-Royce is firm wedding favourite… Timeless, spacious and elegant, it’s no wonder it’s favoured by the Royals and is the nation’s first choice wedding car.

Something Old

Austin Healey 3000

Austin Healy 3000 – £395 per day

Classic cars are perfect for adding a touch of timelessness to any wedding day and will be sure to set tongues wagging from even the most discerning car enthusiast.

Something New

Aston Martin DB9

Aston Martin DB9 – £521 per day

Adding a touch of class to the day, the Astin Martin is guaranteed to make a suitably impressive entrance as the swishiest wedding accessory of the season.

Something Blue

Chevrolet AC Cobra

Chevrolet AC Cobra 1969 – £339 per day

This stylish Chevrolet ticks something old and something blue. Boasting beauty and an impressive sports engine, it’s perfect for getting to the church on time.

Something Flashy

Lamborghini Aventa

Lamborghini Aventa – £1,493 per day

For those looking to make an extra-special entrance, look no further than the Lamborghini Aventa. No-one will be showing up the bride in this ride…

*According to a survey conducted by Minted.com

Through Turo, drivers can choose from thousands of unique cars, ranging from Land Defenders for an adventure in the highlands to a classic Porsche 356 Speedster convertible for romantic getaways. Prices for sharing a car start from just £15 a day with a discounted daily rate if you book a car for seven days.

Discover Turo at www.turo.com or on iPhone or Android.


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