2004 Mini Xxl Stretch Limo

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MINI is taking the craze for personalisation to extreme lengths with the launch of a six metre long MINI Cooper S limo called the MINI XXL which made its world premiere in Athens.

The six wheel, four door, six seater stretch MINI Cooper S features the John Cooper Works Tuning Kit and was built by a specialist coach builder in Los Angeles. Fully loaded with all of the toys you would expect to find in a limousine, the MINI XXL comes equipped with a retractable flat screen TV, a DVD player, CD and radio, air conditioning, sunroof, full black leather and a telephone in the rear so that passengers can communicate with the driver. However, the highlight of the MINI XXL is the whirlpool integrated into the rear section of the car. The whirlpool seats two people and is easy to operate. Its detachable roof means that it can be covered when not in use and emptying it is a simple matter of pulling the plug to release the water.


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8 comments:

This Mini Xxl Stretch Limo captured my interest. I don’t find it pretty, but the way
they customize this vehicle definitely amazed me.

WOW! I love the special whirlpool feature of this mini limousine. The exterior design is vintage and classic.

Why was Mini looked like a twin of Volkswagen in terms of their exterior design? That looks cool, especially in red paint. I love it for it has six wheels. smiley

To be honest, it’s the first time that I saw a Mini limo, and it really amazed me, but I must say that it is not a good-looking car compared to other limousine vehicles.

i would paint an arrow on the side so people can actually know what direction is traveling!

Haha, the back can be converted into a mini pool too!, I really love mini, even if it’s stretched like this.

with all of the toys you would expect to find in a limousine, the MINI XXL comes equipped with a retractable flat screen TV, a DVD player, CD and radio, air conditioning, sunroof, full black leather

Sweet, I love the pool. I wonder how many people can fit in it and the whole car at the same time. It looks like a good party car although I wonder how fast can it actually go and what are the safety features for it.

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