We bet you never thought you’d be seeing those words so close together. As assumed, Fiat doesn’t quite inspire the same sense of confidence and awe that you get from watching a regular limo in action. This one is basically a very long Fiat and gives off a look that mostly resembles a train cart.
Why would you rent one of these then? Well, for starters, this is a very civilized car and is often chosen by UK audiences. Second, it’s a Fiat, which means that people are definitely going to give you attention. After all, what’s the point of driving a limo, if people aren’t going to be pointing and staring as you’re being driven around town?
VW Beetle Limo
One of the most adored cars of all time is the Volkswagen Beetle. Despite being made in the early ‘30s, it has withstood the test of time and managed to stay on the road even today. While oldies such as Ford’s Mustang have been changed and updated to keep up with the times, part of the appeal of the Beetle is its callback to simpler times.
When the Beetle was turned into a limo, it somehow became even more of a classic, getting a look that more closely resembles a brand-new Rolls Royce. If you’re the kind of person who likes to get driven around in style and perhaps in a top hat and tail jacket, this is definitely the shuttle for you.
What happens when you stretch one of America’s most beloved family cars and turn it into an eight-seater? Not much apparently. The Toyota Prius Limo is basically a longer version of this already popular car and can help you fit even more children in this hybrid. Just be aware that the only partying that will be going on in this ride involves an abundance of sippy cups.
Instead of looking like a crazy stretched version of this popular car, the Prius limo actually went for a very practical and good-looking solution. The car sports at least six seats, and is great for larger families. Most vehicles for more than five persons are either too big or too clumsy.
The World's Longest Limo
We’ve gone through quite a few vehicles that have been turned into real-life limos. Some of them were impressive, others were baffling, while a small minority have been downright hilarious. But nothing spells out extravagance like riding around in the world’s longest limousine.
If the 15 windows (on each side) and the extremely extended car hood don’t aren’t enough to impress you, you might want to take a look at the rear. Upon further inspection, you will notice that there’s actually a fully functional helicopter pad - with an actual helicopter on it, in the back of this limo. We’d love to see just how this car gets around on the road, more specifically how it might handle a U-turn.
Cadillac One Limo
Unlike the Chrysler 300 Limo, the Cadillac One Limo is not only very hard to get, but it’s also actually the rarest of all the limousines, as only one of its kind currently exists. This is the car that is driven by the President of the United States, and it’s as tough as you’d expect a car driving the most powerful person on earth to be.
There is probably no safer vehicle to be in than the Cadillac One Limo, as it’s covered with everything from a reinforced bulletproof coating to tires that don’t care how much you shoot at them. Whether you like the president or not, it’s important that America’s leader is protected at all times.