It’s a stretch literally and figuratively – an F360 Modena turned into a 23 foot long limousine with gullwing doors.
Built for limousine company Style Limousine in England at a cost of about $400,000 plus the price of the car, it seats eight people in carbon fiber seats, each with a racing belt harness. Style claims that the standard 395 hp engine will yield a zero to sixty time of less than six seconds.
The limousine uses advanced construction techniques for both the body and the gullwing doors. Much of the bodywork is carbon fiber, as are the doors.
The F360 stretch isn’t the only unique limousine in the Style fleet. It also includes a stretch Hummer painted bright pink, as well as other stretch Hummers, Range Rovers and Chrysler 300s. Then there’s the “LimoJet” – the fuselage and tail of a Lear Jet converted into a limousine.
Available for parties, proms, and weddings in the U.K.
Source: Top Gear