Supercar Sharing AG, established in 2021 and headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland, has rapidly gained prominence in the European luxury car-sharing and tourism sectors. With an illustrious clientele that includes celebrities and high-profile entrepreneurs, the company is now embarking on a global expansion strategy, emphasizing franchise partnerships and establishing a major showroom and vehicle storage facility in Dubai. A new location in Mallorca is also in the pipeline for 2024, to further consolidate its position in the luxury tourism market.
In just a few years, Supercar Sharing has attracted over 1000 members from the sports car fraternity and boasts a portfolio with order values topping 8 million CHF. It has also pioneered an exclusive co-ownership model for the Bugatti Chiron Sport, an innovative venture in the co-ownership niche of the sharing economy.
Targeting to become a permanent fixture as a market leader in the luxury sharing industry, Supercar Sharing® plans to launch 30 more franchise areas in the coming five years and to expand its array of luxury vehicles and supercars to over 200.
A Paradigm Shift with Co-Ownership: Luxury Meets Efficiency
The unique aspect of Supercar Sharing is its proprietary Supercar Co-Ownership System®. This system allows international customers to buy stakes in luxury vehicles, such as Swiss-registered ones, starting from 10% up to complete ownership.
Co-ownership bestows several benefits, including usage, voting, and participation rights in the selected vehicle. Key advantages include:
- Cost Distribution: The co-ownership approach enables the division of expenses related to acquiring and running luxury vehicles among a select group of car enthusiasts, thereby making premium vehicles more attainable and financially sensible.
- Expert Management: Supercar Sharing oversees all aspects of vehicle management at its facilities, encompassing maintenance and insurance, thus ensuring a worry-free ownership experience.
- Long-Term Cost Advantages: Compared to individual buying, leasing, or renting, co-ownership emerges as a more cost-effective and sustainable choice in the long term.
Holding brand rights in 31 countries, the company’s revenue sources include co-ownership, vehicle sales and purchases, memberships, vehicle rentals, and franchise partnerships.
Deivis H. Valdes, Supercar Sharing Group’s founder and CEO, is buoyant about the company’s future: “We are proud of the growth and acceptance of our brand in the luxury car-sharing and tourism market so far. With our planned expansion and focus on franchise partnerships, we are confident that Supercar Sharing® will set the standard for the future of luxury sharing on a global scale.”
Deivis H. Valdes and Joschua Ammann, the leading shareholders of Supercar Sharing AG, are on the lookout for franchise partners to take their successful concept to a worldwide audience.