New Scunthorpe business to offer supercars like Ferrari and Lamborghini for hire

By Scunthorpe Telegraph | Posted: 5 Dec 2017

A new supercar hire and one-stop travel and wedding shop is opening in Scunthorpe.

VPR Luxury Hire Ltd is situated on Fox Street, off Frodingham Road.

As well as a range of supercars for hire, it will also offer helicopter hire, airline tickets, accident management, chauffeur services, wedding stages and catering.

Owner Kasim Hussain is currently kitting the shop out for its grand opening soon.

The fleet of super cars, luxury cars and sports cars ranges from pocket rockets such as the Mercedes Benz A45 AMG, to the super fast Audi R8 V10.

VPR is constantly adding to the fleet day by day.

Kasim Hussain, owner of VPR Luxury Car Hire Ltd, Fox Street, Scunthorpe

Mr Hussain said the shop will have a custom-made black and gold carpet and Versace wallpaper.

"People will travel from far and wide. We also specialise in helicopter hire for weddings and private charter.

"I have access to over 500 cars," he said.

The 27-year-old said VPR's cars include Aston Martin, Lamborghini, Bentley and Ferrari.

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He said people can hire the cars for occasions like weddings or even just for the weekend.

"It is something different for Scunthorpe. It is a dream of mine to own a hiring company," Mr Hussain said.

VPR also offers honeymoon, skiing and wedding packages. The company can also get celebrities and singers for hire.

Mr Hussain said: "I have combined about 10 things into one."

The shop will be open from 9am to 5pm Monday to Saturday.

For more information, call 07404 540980 or search VPR Luxury Hire Ltd on Facebook.

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