A limousine is a luxury vehicle, usually driven by a chauffeur, with a partition separating the driver and the passengers. These vehicles often have luxury features that normal cars do not, such as a fridge, television, and even hot tubs and helipads. Limousines come in many shapes and sizes, although most people think of them as the classic black or white stretch limousines wearing the Cadillac or Lincoln badge. While anyone can rent a limousine, but they are most commonly used by government officials, celebrities, and important visitors to a country. Here are eleven of the most unique limousines ever made.
Corvettes are usually loud sports cars, but this one has been turned into a ten-passenger party mobile. A disco ball, bar, fireplace, and television screen are just some of the luxury features in this rare limo, which is twenty-three feet long. While this isn’t the first Corvette based limousine, it is probably the most traditional styling. Unfortunately, the added weight of the extended body sapped much of the acceleration and handling characteristics that a ‘Vette would normally bring to the table, but that won’t stop us from drooling over these sleek lines and the biggest pony this side of the Kentucky Derby.