Cheap car rental apps are on the rise, with more than 1,000 starting their lives as the #1-rated app on the app store this year.
But the app is no stranger to controversy.
The company has faced backlash over a controversial app that charges $0 a month to rent a car.
Now, the company is expanding the app to include luxury cars.
The service will be available in the United Kingdom, Italy, France, Italy and Germany, starting today.
The app will allow users to find rental cars for a variety of price points, including a range of sedans, coupe and hatchbacks.
Users will be able to book up to four rentals per day, per car.
They can then use Seatac’s car rental tool to check the availability of their rental and book the car on a whim.
“This is an important first step towards driving a more affordable, sustainable and environmentally friendly business model in a highly competitive industry,” Seatac CEO Chris Osmond said in a statement.
“We are committed to bringing our customers value and quality, and will continue to expand our car rental platform to support our customers in the UK, Italy or France.”
As of April, Seatac had more than 10 million registered users in the U.K., Italy, and Germany.
In 2016, the app had over 2.5 million users in Germany.