While some limousines are owned by wealthy individuals, many are owned by governments to transport senior politicians, by large companies to transport executives, or by broadcasters to transport guests. Most limousines, however, operate as livery vehicles, providing upmarket competition to taxicabs. The word limousine is derived from the name of the French region Limousin, where the inhabitants wore a hood perceived to be similar to the profile of the car.
About police chasing a Ferrari or a Lamborghini, or any other super car you have heard before. But what about police chasing a limousine? That sounds insane, no? Well is not! Just take a look.
Yup , you read the headline correctly- this is a video of a Ferrari F360 Limousine that has yet to be finished by its owner. Now a Ferari limousine is the last thing I would suspect to put into stretch form but Im sure this vehicle would be quite the joy to ride in. I guess you could say it is the only limo that I actually wouldn’t mind piloting myself. Is this limousine destined for the F1 World in Dubai? I could definitely picture some of these around the F1 theme park.
Mercedes-Benz engineers are currently developing a new, prestigious luxury limousine with integrated highest protection for governments, businesses, monarchs and heads of state. The armoured Pullman Limousine is based on the long version of the S 600 with a substantially extended wheelbase length. The Mercedes-Benz State Limousine therefore provides a level of roominess worthy of its high-ranking occupants, not to mention outstanding comfort and a fully equipped mobile office. The S 600 Guard Pullman sees the world’s oldest car manufacturer continuing its long tradition of building large state carriages with factory-integrated special-protection features.