Lou La Vie Unveil Expanded Miami Showroom for Exotic Cars

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Lou La Vie, Miami’s premier luxury and exotic car rental company, is on the fast track. The company has given Haute Living an exclusive peek at their new 8,000 sq. ft. showroom in downtown Miami, and opened up about plans for the addition of 10 new vehicles to their fleet of exclusive high-end automobiles.

As part of a massive downtown Miami re-development project, the new Lou La Vie showroom will house up to two dozen premium rides, including the only Ferrari 458 Spider on the East Coast as well as the all-new Lamborghini Aventador, an Audi R8 Spyder and a Nissan GT-R (which is officially the company’s fastest 0-60mph car). The new showroom will also house the company’s upcoming acquisitions, including an all-new Rolls-Royce Ghost, a Porsche Cayenne, an SRT Viper, Porsche Panamera, BMW M6, Bentley GTC, Range Rover Evoque and Cadillac Escalade ESV.

All told, the showroom now houses about $3 million worth of the world’s most beautiful cars. The art-filled custom space will be a stunning backdrop for the company, providing Lou La Vie’s clients with the chance to sit behind the wheel of any car prior to renting. With paintings by celebrated Miami pop artist Leonardo Hidalgo exhibited on the walls, the space has a truly modern feel. Hidalgo’s distinctive style combines Pop art, the American way of life, comics of his time and Japanese art. The new showroom also includes a VIP client lounge where customers can wait while the automobiles are prepared for release.

John Temerian, the President of Lou La Vie, told us, “Our goal was to build a space that embodies inspiration from art, cars and music. What we have created is a multi-purpose luxury urban space where office desks will be surrounded by cars, high ceilings, a client lounge area and the energetic artwork of celebrated Miami pop artist, Leonardo Hidalgo; and we couldn’t be prouder to present it to our esteemed clientele.”

For more information on the Lamborghini LP560-4 Spyder and more exotic vehicles, please visit the Lou La Vie website.