Are these stretched cars better or worse versions of their original models? It’s up to you to decide. Stepping out of a limousine and into a crowd is a luxurious and dazzling experience that can make anyone feel fabulous, whether you’re Bill Gates or saving up for prom night.
Mini Cooper Limo
The Mini Cooper is mostly known for being a fast, compact vehicle that became highly sought-after in recent decades due to many major cities' parking shortages. The main benefits of driving a Mini Cooper are its tiny monthly gas bill and the ability to fit into even the smallest of spaces. That’s why stretching out a Mini Cooper sounds so counterintuitive!
The Maxi Cooper, if you will, has six wheels and about twelve seats, there’s hardly anything left here resembling the classic vehicle except its beautiful and instantly recognizable front exterior. While it has lost all of the benefits that come with driving a Mini Cooper, we imagine this one is quite the hit when it comes to showing up with it to High-School dances.
VW Bus Limo
This VW van is hard to recognize because we're used to seeing them covered in flower stickers and spray-painted peace signs. Oh, and much smaller. If you’ve been looking for a great hippy car to take you to the next Woodstock festival, this pimped-up VW is undoubtedly the one for you.
You can fit roughly twelve people inside this car, which apparently is not enough as this baby is in high demand. The VW Bus Limo was recently sold for $220,000, which just goes to show that old school and vintage are very in right now and outcasts are the new cool kids on the block. Just imagine this beauty pulling up to a beach party and you’ll get the picture.
Rolls Royce Limo
They say that your average Rolls Royce takes about six months to make. We can only imagine that the limousine version of the car is built with the same diligent attention to detail as the rest of the company’s lineup. Prices start at around $250,000 for just one unit. If you love luxury cars and are at the zenith of the financial ladder, this one is probably just right for you.
Inside, you can expect the very best in luxury interiors. There is literally no competition here, and you’ll feel like the absolute king of the world. Unlike many of the limousines on this list, this one is literally the most expensive, luxurious, and privileged ride you’ll ever have in your entire life.
Chrysler 300 Limo
Both Chrysler and Cadillac make some of the coolest American cars in the world. Their vehicles are often bulky, powerful, and fit very well in gangster films. If you need to feel even more of a tough person when driving one of these, you might want to spend $140,000 and get the gorgeous Chrysler 300 Limo.
This stretched car features the same luxury interior, robust exterior, and the latest in car tech that the company is known for. You’d also get a chance to look like an extremely wealthy person, as Chrysler is known for producing some of the world’s most luxurious limousines. It has room for about 12 people and is definitely a hotter way to get around town than your regular Uber.
Grand Prix Limo
When Formula One was first founded in 1950, nobody thought its cars would ever turn into limousines. This racing federation has some of the fastest racing cars in the world, with some of them reaching top speeds of up to 215 miles per hour. Fans tune in weekly to watch these single-seat open-cockpit racing machines battle it out on the Grand Prix.
While we don’t expect anyone to shatter a new world record with this car, it does seem to appeal to a very specific audience. Formula One enthusiasts would probably get a kick from being chauffeured around in a beautiful track-ready limo. The only drawback? The required helmet may ruin your expensive up-do.
You might recognize Frank D'Angelo's name, either from one of the popular films he produced and starred in or as the wealthy Canadian food and restaurant entrepreneur. Apparently, he was challenged to take a real-life jet and turn it into a functioning limo. He recalls, “I was dumb enough at the time to say yeah, let’s do it.”
This beautiful hybrid between a jet and a limo arguably belongs in the list of the top ten best bets-turned-miracles of all time. It’s truly incredible that somehow D’Angelo and his team managed to take this one through to the end. It was originally introduced in 2006 as a proto-type concept but has since turned into a fully-fledged vehicle with a patent currently pending.
The Trabant was made and sold from the mid-'50s up until the early '90s and served as a symbolic trope for Germany's failure and struggles after World War II. Nowadays, the car is considered a collectors' vehicle, but back in the day, it was highly criticized for, well, everything. The car stunk.
One of the more genius uses that car enthusiasts have found for this European piece of history, is to turn it into a highly-sought after six-wheeled limo. The combination of old-looking transportation with our modern technological inventions really shines through in this one. You can find and rent the Trabant Limo in its birthplace, namely Berlin and other popular East German cities.
There is no one vehicle type that is more American than a truck, and there is no truck more American than the massive monster truck. As if these preposterous four-wheeled beasts couldn’t get any bigger or crazier, one monster truck company actually took the time and effort to turn one of their trucks into a fully-functional monster truck limousine.
Just imagine the sheer madness of taking your friends out for an offroad adventure in one of these or even better, pulling up to a club in this thing. Its wheels are so big that they’re literally taller than your average adult male. When it comes to insane ideas that show why humanity is amazing and doomed at the same time, you can’t get much better than the stretched monster truck.
Ford Mustang Limo
Although the Mustang has seen various facelifts and modifications over the years, none have been quite as radial or interesting as the stretched Mustang limo. This limo continues Mustang’s tradition of providing extremely powerful muscle cars at some of the lowest prices you can find on the market, as it currently goes just around $10,000 on eBay.
We’ve heard reports that it has the same comfortable interior as the Mustang, although it’s clearly a bit too heavy on the plastic. Still, nobody buys one of these to feel like they’re in a Rolls Royce, they buy it to push the gas pedal and go really, really fast. This time you’ll be able to do it with an entire entourage, making this an unforgettable and relatively cheap purchase.
Stretch Harley Davidson
As if Harley Davidsons didn’t have enough of a rap for being way too attention-grabbing on the road, someone actually chose to turn this motorcycle into a full-sized carriage. The vehicle hopefully has enough horsepower to carry six to eight passengers, as most Harley Davidson engines produce less than 100 horsepower to boot.
This hog is one of the loudest vehicles on the street, so soundproofing the cabin must have been a difficult task. Honestly, we can’t imagine a bunch of leather-wearing bikers hoping into this vehicle no matter what the occasion, which makes us wonder who the Harley Davidson limo was intended for. It’s an interesting experiment though and even sports some wacky vertical doors.
There is no sign of wealth more desired and beloved amongst aspiring entrepreneurs than the Italian supercar, the Lamborghini. This $400,000 piece of work has been the star of many racing events and rap songs and even appeared in many films and TV shows. Let’s face it, everyone wants a Lambo. The only problem is that it costs more than your average house.
The stretched Lamborghini Aventador still retains most of its performance, as the built-in V12 engine and almost 700 units of horsepower are more than enough to carry several passengers but those passengers had better have some deep pockets as the only this more expensive than a Lamborghini, is an even longer Lamborghini. It’s no surprise that Car and Driver magazine called this the “best Lamborghini ever.”
Porsche Panamera Limo
Moving on to a slightly more elegant form of transportation, Porsche recently found itself trying to get into the luxury limo rental market. The company is known for making some of the most premium, high-quality, and insanely fast luxury sports cars. The Porsche Panamera, one of their best-selling vehicles, was first in line when it came time for limo conversion tryouts.
We’ve heard reports that the Porsche limo is extremely comfortable, fast, and makes you feel like royalty. Being part of the royal family doesn’t come cheap though, as being driven around in a stretched Panamera will cost you roughly $1,500 an hour. Still, if you’ve got the money and are looking for one of the most memorable experiences of your life, this might just be it.
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.
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.
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?
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.
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.
Pickup Truck Limo
Some of these regular-cars-turned-limos genuinely appear like a bad Photoshop job, but this pickup truck limo truly takes the cake. We don’t know what’s more hilarious about it, from the innocuous star in the middle to the fact that the entire flatbed only takes up around 15% of the truck’s total length!
This is truly a piece of art and was made by Faizan Dolani, the president of Prime Limo & Car Service. He claims that the idea didn’t actually come from him, but actually came up during a casual conversation with one of his chauffeurs. The guy reportedly told him, “You know what’d be really cool? If you had a stretch pickup truck in the fleet.” Best. Marketing. Trick. Ever.
Camaro SS Limo
The Camaro limo is a true beauty, as she was as just a plain Camero. The limo version costs just below $100,000 and will host you and nine of your friends in a surprisingly gas-friendly vehicle. While it’s no longer what most people call a muscle car, this beast’s engine can carry ten passengers with relative ease.
The Camaro and Mustang have long been at odds with each other, often fighting to become the #1 muscle car in the United States. Now, as they both have limo versions, we’ll be able to see which one is really more liked by the rich and famous.
While the Lamborghini Aventador limo looks like a stretched and modernized version of the DeLorean, the Ferrari limo looks like a gorgeous piece of art. This model is based on the classic Ferrari 360, which has been featured in many films and TV shows over the years. It has one of the most luxurious interiors in the front, but somehow, the back didn’t get the same amount of love put into it.
It was originally created by Limo Broker, a UK-based limousine specialist, and can be rented by the company almost anywhere across Western Europe. The Ferrari 360 Limo features room for eight passengers (as opposed to the regular two-seats found in most of the Italian maker’s lineup), and doors that resemble those sported on the Mercedes SLS.
When Boeing’s engineers first built their iconic 727 Jet, we hardly believed that they planned on it turning into a fully-functional limo. This Boeing 727 commercial airplane was fitted on the body of a Mercedes bus, thus turning into the world’s first street-legal large airplane. It was recently put up for auction on eBay, and the results were quite extraordinary.
This beautiful piece of work was sold for a whopping $274,000. Its measurements have been cited as 53 feet in length and 24,000 pounds in weight. Hopefully, its new owner has enough room to store such a large plane-bus. We can’t help but imagine how hysterical the drive to his place was, as people most likely gasped and gaped when they saw this thing driving down the freeway.
Mini Cooper Limo With a Hot Tub
We’ve already established in a previous entry that Mini Coopers tend to turn into quite the contradictory limos. One might ask “what’s the point of taking the most compact car on the road, and turning it into a long limo?” We’re not too sure ourselves to be honest.
it’s probably not a good idea to be inside the hot tub while the Mini-Cooper limo is driving. That would also be quite illegal. On the other hand, if your hot tub-integrated limo happens to roll up in front of the club, the club ain’t got nothing on ya and we bet we know where the real party would be at.
Ah, Maserati. If you’re ever looking for a highly comfortable and non-conspicuous alternative to the Ferrari lineup, this Italian automaker’s cars are definitely the way to go. apparently, some engineers thought it would be a rad idea to turn one of these supercars into an actual limo. We’re proud to announce that the result is one of the best-looking shuttles of all time.
Maserati’s true colors really shine in this beautiful creation, from the iconic side vents of the car to the beautiful premium wheels and luxury body paint. One of these was recently listed on eBay for around $105,000, which means that you might just be able to buy it. That is if you have the time, money, and luck to match.
Police Car Limo
Let’s just get this out of the way — the police car limo isn’t actually a police car. Some guy apparently took a regular Lincoln, and managed to turn it into one of the most convincing police limos (perhaps the only one) you’ll ever find! If you always wanted to combine the law-abiding lifestyle of an LAPD cop with the party vibe of Hollywood, this is just the one for you.
This car seems to have everything. You’ll also get the ability to stop anyone in the middle of the road. Of course, it would be quite hard to explain to someone you’ve just detained why a police officer is driving a limo with ten people partying in the back, but that’s a concern for the future aspiring police officer.
What happens when you take a limo and combine it with elements taken straight out of the Mad Max universe? That question is instantly answered when you take a look at the Apocalyptic Limo. Built from Mustang parts (you can see the Pony symbol next to the front tire), and other unholy vehicle parts, this scary car can drive you safely during a real-world apocalypse.
The Apocalyptic Limo was featured in various magazines and TV shows and definitely earns its name when you consider how scrappy and Macgyvered it looks. This is just one of many interesting end-of-the-world limos, and it seems that there’s definitely a market for these in some circles.
All Electric Limo
You can always trust Japanese engineers to come up with some of the world’s most quirky and interesting inventions. In 2003, students at Keio University managed to create one of (if not the) world’s first all-electric fully-functional limousines. This car helps you and your friends get around in style, while also helping to save the environment by reducing auto pollution.
The All-Electric Limo featured a lithium battery and could reach an unbelievable top speed of 230 miles per hour, similar to what you’d find in some of the world’s fastest Formula One vehicles. It might just be the fastest limo on our list, which just goes to show that speed, style, and performance can often go hand-in-hand with environmentally friendly machines.
Hummers received one of the most terrible reputations in recent years when the company tried to turn them into regular, everyday vehicles. These massive trucks and SUVs are mostly used by the military, thanks to their off-road abilities and highly fortified build. Our guess is that someone thought “if the two-seat version failed, why not try to make a twelve seat instead?”
The Hummer Limo is already one of the most recognizable and attention-grabbing vehicles on the road, but this limo’s creators took the extra step of making it pink as well. It sports the perfect party equipment, from a full bar to a long and comfortable dance floor.
When "Back to the Future" first came out in the mid-’80s, it turned the popular but flawed DeLorean from an interesting futuristic car into a recognizable superstar. Apparently, someone chose to capitalize on this fame and turned this interesting vehicle into a fully functional limo.
Unfortunately, just like its original version, this car can’t go back in time. Not even when hit by lightning at 88 miles per hour. It can, however, fit six giggling teenagers perplexed by its vintage rising doors. While it appears best suited as a Universal Pictures ride, this stretched-out DeLorean is privately owned by Chicago car enthusiast, Rich Weisensel.
Royal Toyota Century Limo
Toyota has been the pride of the Japanese nation for a long time. It recently became the tenth highest-grossing company in the world, which is why it was chosen as the government’s official vehicle. The Royal Toyota Century Limo is a massive, bulletproof car that is used to drive around high-profile political figures.
These highly technological cars have been cited as costing well over half a million dollars. They’re fast, extremely durable, and would make any politicians feel comfortable and safe at the same time. The United States chose Cadillac for its national government vehicles, but in our opinion, they don’t hold a candle to these babies, or any other stretched-out masterpiece for that matter.
Tall H2 Hummer Limo
If you have an H2 Hummer, how are you possibly able to make it even bigger and better than before? Well, we can think of a couple of ways, and they’re all inspired by this photo. First, you take it and stretch it into the length of a limo, or maybe an RV, and then you make it higher.
Like, twice as high. If you had this vehicle, you could probably live inside it for weeks and never need to come out. Of course, you have to give yourself half a mile to take a turn, but everything has its downsides.
An H2 Limo
If you need a car that is big and tough for some reason, you get a Hummer. If you need a car with a lot of space for you and all your fancy friends, you get a limousine. What if you need a big, long car that is also tough and costs way, way too much?
It’s time to combine the best of both worlds. Like in this picture, a Hummer H2 that has been turned into an eight-wheel limo to cruise around Malaysia. We wonder how much horsepower that thing would need to even accelerate in a reasonable amount of time.
Pink Mini Cooper Limo
There are plenty of strange limos out there, and right now we get to see one that...well, it’s a little unexpected, to be sure. A pink Mini Cooper got stretched out into a limo that looks like it could fit ten people easily, as long as it is short.
Even better, this baby was on sale on Facebook Marketplace for a mere twenty-four grand! Practically a steal for something like that. It only has fifty thousand miles on it, too. So, if you’re in the market for a new car and don’t have any friends or family to stop you, then boy do we have the vehicle for you!
Blue German Trabant Limo
So you want to turn your car into a limo. Great. All you need to start is a car that can support all the extra weight and some extra parts (and a lot of time and money). You might not have a Chrysler or a Cadillac lying around, so use whatever you have.
For instance, someone in Germany turned their blue Trabant into a swanky, old-style limo that has all of the frauleins wondering who has such a nice vehicle. It’s pictured at the Brandenburg gate in Berlin, though we couldn’t tell you why it’s parked in such a place.
Low 5 Series Limo
If you have the cash, the know-how, and the parts, why not turn a car that is already nice into a limo that has space for all your party friends? A BMW 5 Series is a premium choice, and as his picture shows us, they can turn out pretty nice, too.
The only question we have is what happens if the driver goes over even the smallest bump? Does the entire undercarriage get torn off? Seems like you might want to work on the suspension a little bit to make sure the people inside don’t get bounced around every time you go over a crack in the road.
Cosmic Cruiser Limo
Spotting a van that has a cool design painted on the side is always a sign of a cool driver, but what if that driver turned it into a mega-huge and ultra-rad limousine? Then you know you’ve found somebody that knows style. But have you found someone that knows about gas mileage?
We’re not sure about that. We’re also not sure if this kind of vehicle could possibly handle very well, even if it does look like it could be a spaceship. Be honest — if you saw this sort of thing being flown in an eighties cartoon, you wouldn’t think twice.
Lime Green Camaro Limo
Take a ride around town in a dash of color that never goes out of style! Because it’s very hard for this kind of shade to be IN style. We’d love to see this Camaro get hit with the Allspark and transform into a robot that is ready to save Earth because it would be one heck of a goofy-looking transformer.
Optimus Prime might look good in red and blue and silver, but imagine him with this lime-green color. It seems more like a Decepticon thing. Actually, let’s call the whole thing off, we don’t want to see this thing transform.
Big Wheel Gambler 500 Limo
We have a lot of questions here. For instance, why put that kind of rack on top of a limo that has those kinds of wheels? It looks like the limo also has a satellite dish, but that could just be attached to the house behind it. Then there’s the spray paint that is all over the place.
And, last but certainly not least, there’s the fact that this vehicle seems to be branded the “U.S.S. Compensator.” There’s no WAY that thing is a commissioned part of the United States Navy. Lord help us, but there are a couple of things telling us it isn’t seaworthy.
Weird Half Pickup Compact Limo
We have no idea what kind of vehicle was used as a base to create this thing, but it sure did get created. It looks like a short minivan and a little truck got welded together in the middle. To say this thing looks odd is underselling it. If you saw this on the street you might get a headache.
It looks like the point where a pair of alternate universes met and decided neither would go any farther. It looks like a mad scientist and an auto mechanic had a baby who wanted to continue in both lines of work. It looks like it’s not legal.
Super Big Limo
There’s lots of space here for everybody, so there’s nothing wrong with hopping in and buckling up in one of the many seats available. Is it just us, or does it seem like this car, this limousine, is quite a bit larger than it should be?
The woman, who seems to be sitting behind the wheel, looks like a kid seated in the driver’s seat of Dad’s car. Still, at least this long car looks pretty nice, which is more than a bunch of limos on this list can claim. It’s got those nice white wall tires, circular headlights, and smooth bodywork of a real classic car.
The Yacht, Van, Limo
Well, there it is. Whatever “it” just so happens to be, however, we’re not super sure. We don’t claim to be experts, but it looks like it’s a van or truck front that has a boat – and a pretty fancy one, all things considered – attached to the back end.
Does the boat part come off to float away? Is the car part watertight? No matter how you want to spin it, it just doesn’t seem like this is a good idea. Thanks to our research, we found that more than twenty of these were produced, and the boat part does indeed slide away from the van front.
The Batmobile Limo
Living a dual life is a difficult thing. While Batman is out fighting bad guys and protecting the innocent, Bruce Wayne can’t be showing up at parties and running his business. While Bruce Wayne is in shareholder meetings, Batman can’t be working at his computer.
So, how do you join the two lives together? Perhaps we have a way. Maybe ol’ Bats needed more space to stash sidekicks or supplies for all the supervillains he has to fight, or maybe he was just tired of not having enough legroom. Either way, now he’ll be ready for any event – be it a street brawl or a party.
The Jeep Limo
Good thing it has that extra wheel. That’s an important thing to have no matter where you are. It also kind of looks like this long Jeep has an extended back like a truck, in order to haul, we’re going to assume, more people.
Why you would want to combine a vehicle primarily designed to handle off-road environments and trails and a vehicle that is built to handle the smoothest and safest roads is beyond us, but there are all types of people out there who like to do strange things. We have a friend who wears nothing but Hawaiian shirts. It’s not hurting anybody.
The Truck and RV Limo
Real quick, somebody actually made and/or sold mud flaps that have a yellow smiley face wearing a mask and saying “back off!” Now then, this is a big limo truck that has a recreational trailer attached to the back, and we just can’t help but wonder exactly what kind of stuff is going on in there.
Is this where a hacker lives? Maybe a storm chaser? Is there a supervillain that wants to remain anonymous inside? Or, maybe it’s someone who just likes a good time. Maybe you didn’t notice, but there is a dirt bike attached to the front of the truck to complete the holy trinity of vehicles.
Armbruster Stageway 8-Door Fifteen Passenger Chevy Suburban Limo
It’s actually a real car. Yes, they were actually used for things, but most of the stuff that they were used in were for things like shuttling people around airports and things like that. How one of them ended up at a farm wedding somewhere out in the country is anybody’s guess.
But it seems like the perfect vehicle to ride off in right after getting hitched. All you have to do is attach some cans to the back and you’re good to go. This is also helpful for dropping people off at the hotel before heading off to the honeymoon.
Chrysler PT Cruiser Limo
The science is settled: the PT cruiser (the old version, at least) is one of the most unattractive cars to be found on the road. They’ve improved in recent years, but still. Somebody decided if it wasn’t going to be good-looking, they could at least make it hold more people.
And they stretched that bad Larry out until it had enough space for what looks like ten to twelve party-goers. Hey, if they’re inside, that means they don’t have to look at the outside! We envy them. Also, can we point out that the wall right next to them has barbed wire around the top? Is that normal?
2005 Volvo V70 Limo
If you and your friends are getting bored, why not take on a mechanical job like this one? A couple of pals are getting together regularly to work on making a limo out of, of all things, a Volvo. Sure, why not. We’ve seen plenty of stranger ideas on this list alone.
We have no idea what kind of outcome this is going to yield other than a really long Volvo. Maybe it will have space for all their band equipment or something like that. The problem with this kind of project is you need the space – these lads or lasses have a big garage to work in, and not everybody has that.
VW T3 Limo
If you have to transport a lot of people and you don’t need it to be in style (or at least in moderate style), then you know which website to go to. We hope you can speak German! Did they have to get that super long sliding door specially made, or is there a kit to extend the normal door?
Let’s try to estimate how many people can fit inside such a vehicle. We’re going to guess... twenty? They might have to squeeze a bit, but it could be done. That just means it will be easier to pass around the champagne, right?
Dusty Ford Excursion Limo
If you saw this on the road you might not even have noticed that it had been limo-ed, but we don’t think Ford sells a six-door version of the Excursion normally. Maybe this is for the kind of person that needs to transport building materials or something like that.
It’s clear that this vehicle isn’t being used to transport the bride and groom to or from the wedding — that sort of layer of dust would never fly if you wanted a limo for a fancy event. Maybe somebody will take this vehicle off-roading? That would explain the rack on the top and the undercarriage that has been lifted so high.
Saggy Camper Truck Limo
What could this vehicle possibly be used for? Taking sixteen teens to prom and then taking a nap in the back while you wait for the end of the night? We wouldn’t really use it for anything. It doesn’t take an eagle-eyed viewer to notice that this vehicle seems to be sagging a little bit.
The bottom of the camper’s forward section is resting against the top of the limo. It probably has the turning radius of an eighteen-wheeler, and it might not even get the same kind of gas mileage. But, at least you have a lot of options while you’re driving it.
Mismatched 2022 Nissan Leaf Limo
The Nissan Leaf is an electric car that is supposed to be more economical and ecologically friendly than other cars on the road, but we don’t think that this example is keeping true to those tenets. Normally this car has four doors, but for some people that isn’t enough.
We’re guessing that this vehicle has been cobbled together from a bunch of them since there are at least three (if not more) body colors on display here. Hopefully, this person is driving to a body shop that will get every part painted a nice, shiny black. Otherwise, it just looks silly! Once it’s painted nobody will ever look twice.
Pink Jeep Limo
We’re told that Jeeps are some of the easiest vehicles to convert into limos due to the method of their construction. That doesn’t explain how someone could do this and then add all that pink. Who’s to say? It looks like the engine compartment has been stretched out as well.
Hopefully, it was done to give the vehicle a little more power while it’s dragging all that bulk down Brooklyn Street. Still, it’s impossible to say this isn’t a pretty good conversion. The side panels and long windows look so smooth it looks like a trick from Photoshop. Does the top still come off like other Jeeps?
The Weirdest Mitsubishi Delica Limo
Well. That is certainly... a car. It’s gotten a little bit of extra space for junk in the trunk, and the owner has also added a big section on top as well as some solar panels, pipes, racks, and a bunch of other things that we can’t properly identify from here.
We’re guessing that this guy doesn’t work by driving party girls around, and if he does, he probably doesn’t get a whole lot of traffic. Thankfully, there’s also an extra set of wheels to make sure there’s enough traction after adding all that weight. We’d just like to know what’s going on in there, you know?
1965 or 1966 Mustang Limo
Pulling up to a party in a classic Mustang is a good way to get people talking, but what if you pulled up in a Mustang that was so long you could add a whole extra set of doors? Everybody will be talking, but some car guys might not be saying the right things.
To us, the conversion looks like it’s gone well, but we aren’t experts at that sort of thing. Driving down the highway with the wind in your hair is one thing, but this vehicle could put the wind in your entire family’s hair. It does kind of take away from the allure if you have the turning radius of a moving truck, however.
Superbly-Painted Pickup Limo
While this vehicle has only been spotted in Iceland, we’d love to see it everywhere, on every street, every day we have to leave our homes. The cab of the vehicle hasn’t been extended, but it looks like the bed has been stretched out to give people more space to haul furniture, wildlife, or Dio CDs.
Every angle shows some amazing scenes, the hood ornament on the front is a stylish gent riding a bicycle, and it looks like you can even rent this out for yourself! Driving around this tiny island nation in a swanky vehicle like this one sounds like a treat.
Custom Truck-Built Hummer Limo
We’ve been notified that this car is a ground-up build that was built from a truck chassis, fully custom. It looks a lot like a Hummer, but it’s its own thing. It could function as a limo, but it could also function as something to transport an entire troop of soldiers to the mess hall.
Or, if you wanted, it could help move an entire apartment without needing any other vehicles. All the movers and furniture could fit inside. The color, a fresh salmon, is an interesting choice, but it kind of works with the rest of the look. Hard to say why.
1981 Ferrari 400i Limo
Are sports cars and limos two great tastes that taste great together? Uh, we don’t really think so. Somebody took an early-eighties Ferrari and decided to turn it into a limo, and we know at least one uncle that would be kind of upset about such an affront.
Sure, it can fit a lot of people, and it looks okay (especially with the black top), but a sports car might not have the right kind of hardware to support all that extra weight. They’re built to catch air in parking lots, not haul a dozen people. Still, it does look pretty cool.
Unstoppable Battle Limo
Sometimes you live in a place that needs a little bit of extra safety while you’re on the road. Also, sometimes you’re the kind of person that has to drive around with tinted windows and space for a wine cooler, and sometimes you find the perfect vehicle to give you both.
We have no idea what kind of make or model is on display here, but it’s ready to ram through a barricade with the president of a small country inside. Or something like that. Those wheels look ready to take on the worst conditions, so maybe that’s why this vehicle is here. Winter storms.
Long, Barn-Bound Zimmer Golden Spirit Limo
While it looks like the start of Rush’s “Red Barchetta,” this vehicle isn’t going to be outrunning any air cars soon. It looks like it’s been stuck inside this old, faraway barn for years, and unless you’re an undertaker in a kids' movie, it’s just a little too impractical to drive anywhere.
The turning radius looks like it’s thirty feet, and the middle looks about ready to snap in half after hitting even the smallest bump. Still, give it a nice polish and spruce it up a little bit, and it might make a nice display piece during car shows.
1960 Apache Suburban Airport Limo
There’s enough space in this immense vehicle for the entire family, the extended family, friends, dogs, and mini-horses with room to spare. We think it was originally used to haul people around places like airports, but now it’s pulling duty as a conversation starter.
Four sets of doors as well as a trunk lets you organize your shopping the way you like to do it. We’re not sure if this car can fit inside your favorite grocery store’s parking lot, but at least you’ll have space for all the bags. Pulling into the gas station will also be a bit trying.
The Jacked-Up Towing Sedan Limo
We’re not a huge fan of how that tow looks, but the rest of this car looks ready to take on the world. It has huge wheels to beat any bad terrain, and there’s a spare on top, just in case. Jacking up a limo seems like work that doesn’t need to be done.
And might even undo some work stretching a vehicle out – but that doesn’t mean it can’t be done. We aren’t about to get on here and tell you it SHOULD be done, either. At least it looks cool. Plus, there’s plenty of extra space for all your friends on your way to the battle.
White PT Cruiser Limo
PT Cruisers have a bit of a weird reputation. They’re kind of clunky, misshapen vehicles that have gotten an update in the last few years, but when they were new, you had to reserve them months in advance! Oh, how times have changed. There are people out there who call them “TP Cruisers” now.
Apparently, they were even so popular that more than one person had the bright idea to turn them into limos. All things considered, this long vehicle, hiding in the shade, has a nice, shiny look to it, even if it could stand to go through the extra-long car wash a time or two.
Dodge Camaro Limo
These vehicles might have a lot of horsepower, but that doesn’t mean they should be turned into limos. There are plenty of cars and trucks that can support that sort of addition, but maybe it will work. You’ll have to watch the turns and make sure you park in a spot with enough space, but we guess you can do it.
It looks like it’s a lean, mean, driving machine thanks to the triangular nose it’s got, too. The wheels are a little garish, and he’s going to have a hard time getting out of the parking spot if a truck is parked right behind it, but sure, whatever.
This Fairytale Carriage Limo
Some limos make sense. They’re long and lean and you rent them for a night when you and your friends want to have a fun time. Some of them, on the other hand, don’t make a lot of sense. This one is a good example of the latter.
It seems to be evoking the feeling of “Cinderella,” who rides to the ball in a carriage kind of like this one, sort of, almost. It looks like it’s bowing in the middle, so any princess that wants to ride this one to prom had better be wearing her seat belt, to say nothing about getting home before midnight, at which point this limo will turn back into an AMC Gremlin.
This Oddly Painted Black Limo
A lot of limos look pretty similar. Just really long cars with a lot of tinted windows and some drinks stocked in the back. Then there are the limos that want to do their own thing – go their own way. This is one such limo.
Chief among the fun details is the paint job that draws the eye and barely lets you look away. It’s good, but it’s also somehow bad! But, still, it’s unique, and sometimes that’s the sort of thing you need. Oh, there’s also fake wood flooring as a roof. Also unique, but...well, that’s what the roof is.
Roseanne Barr’s Camo Revenge Limo
Here’s the story behind this beautiful disaster, which we can’t confirm. This limo used to be Roseanne Barr’s, but she and her husband got divorced. It didn’t look like this at that time. He, for some reason, wanted the limo in the divorce, but she had a way to keep his hands off it.
You can see the result. She gave it a camo paint job, added a rack and lights to the top, and all kinds of other additions and changes. It turns out he didn’t want the limo if that’s what he was getting. Honestly, it doesn’t look that bad.
The World-Famous Hot Dog Limo
There’s nothing about this vehicle that we don’t love, as long as it does actually dispense hot dogs that need an extra-long car to carry them. It’s like something out of a classic Hanna-Barbera show – somebody goes up to the vendor and asks for an extra-long hot dog, and gets something that is so long he or she is unable to get through doors while carrying it.
Can you rent out this vehicle for private use, or does a guy in a hot dog suit drive you around? Is this in any way related to the Oscar Meyer Weinermobile – sort of like a much fancier cousin or something like that? Maybe it’s a parent that doesn’t approve of the mobile’s way of doing things.
The Post-Apocalyptic Limo
If you’re rumbling through the streets of the torn-down Los Angeles, dodging mutants and roving bands of marauders and aliens or whatever else is going on, you might as well do it in style. This long boy looks like it’s been put through the wringer a couple of times, but it will keep rolling even after a societal collapse.
It’s hard to tell if all the damage is intentional, but we bet it is. Fun fact: gasoline breaks down after about six months. If all the pumps and refineries stopped working, six months later there would be no way to drive around, even in a battle-ready limo like this one, which we’re sure is used to transport the savior of humanity during an action scene.
The Badly-Joined Baja Limo
We think we might have seen this limo somewhere on here already, but such a...unique and memorable vehicle deserves a repeat glance. There are a lot of limos out there that look like one smooth vehicle even if they’ve been cobbled together, but this one is not one of them.
It looks like a surgeon decided to get into the car business and just decided to do some fast welding and called it good. Does the four-wheel drive still function as it should? Is it a good idea to attach things to that trailer hitch? What about the lights on the rack in the back? Do those actually illuminate anything? And, finally, can the person who made this be stopped?
The Extra-Long Ford F-150 Limo
Driving this around has got to be a rush. You’re lifted over the other, smaller, weaker cars, and you know that if you want to turn somewhere, it doesn’t matter what is in your way – you’re going to be turning. On the other hand, we bet it’s hard to find a parking space that fits you.
And, if you do happen to get into an accident, then you’re going to have to pay a lot to get it fixed, and a lot of it will have to be fixed. But, how else are you going to haul around ten people, pull a boat, and stock the entire back with a cooler for each person? Few other options come to mind.
The Peaceful, Colorful Hippie Limo
We wish there was a way to figure out what model of car some of these limos are, but we have no idea under all that psychedelic ink. This limo is going to be a blast to jump in and ride around in, as long as you're sticking your head out the sunroof and yelling about giving peace a chance.
Other than for a spectacle, we can’t think about why someone would want to cover a limo they’ll be driving around in this kind of design. Well, we guess they could really, really like the hippie movement. Nothing wrong with that, but it’s still an odd choice.
The Extra-Long Pickup Limo
We don’t know if the dog is in the back of this truck because he likes to stay there, or if the owner left it there to try and scare potential thieves away, but all it does is make us want to look closer. The funny thing about this mega-sized pickup is that it isn’t a conversion.
It’s a truck that is actually built to haul a ton of people and a bunch of supplies to a construction site, a race track, or some other place where you need a bunch of dudes and a lot of space. So not really a limo, but it still has a lot of carrying capacity. And hey, this example looks pretty nice. We bet it’s up for a night on the town.
The Indianapolis Chicken Limo
Gus Fring has decided to eschew subtlety, it seems. Apparently, this is a common enough sight and a bona fide local legend in the city of Indianapolis, and if you head to the website on the side you’ll see that there is also an option if you live in Jacksonville. It’s available for weddings and engagement parties, bachelor and bachelorette parties, birthdays, graduation parties, and even corporate events.
We don’t know what kind of corporate event you’d have to have planned to want to take this weird thing, but we hope it has something to do with the poultry industry. That or some other industry where you’re okay driving around in a chicken limo.
Fancy Gentleman’s Club Limo
While the limo itself looks pretty fancy, the place that it’s attached to is the kind of place many gentlemen wouldn’t be caught dead at. Spotted in Helsinki, Finland, this is the car that you call if you and a bunch of buds want to act like you’re far fancier than you actually are.
Well, at least people will probably be looking at the car itself, and not the unfortunate decals that are on the door panels. This is an Excalibur TownCar Limo, and they have a delightfully old-school look to their design, but all the modern safety and comfort features that we’ve come to expect from cars these days. Hopefully, there are some out there not owned by shady clubs.
Flaming Stretch Hatchback Limo
Somebody really went all the way into making this car the best it could be. Of course, that person first added a big section in the middle of a car with a frame that probably can’t handle it, which makes it look like it’s sagging a little in the middle. The colors don’t exactly match, but they’re both blue – that’s close enough for most people.
The real winning addition here is the bright red flames on the front since everybody knows that flames make the car go faster. It doesn’t matter what car it is, it’s faster if you add flames. You know, eventually. It probably loses a little bit of acceleration from all that extra weight.
The Cadillac Shark Limo
If you’re looking for a car to comb the beach, maybe don’t pick this one. We don’t want a repeat of the “Jaws” movies. Just when you thought it was safe to go back on the highway. Be honest, though. How many people out there saw a limo when they were a kid and thought “I wish I could have one of those? And then I would turn it into a SHARK.”
We bet there is a fair number of people who are nodding along to the sentiment. Maybe it wasn’t a shark – maybe it was a rocket ship, or a submarine, or an airplane, or a whale. We all wanted to turn a limo into something when we were kids.
“Sex and the City” Pink Lincoln Limo
While we don’t think this is the car that Sarah Jessica Parker’s character drives around in during the show, for some reason this limo has the name of the classic show-and-movie series “Sex and the City” on the window. Maybe this was used for one of the movies, or as a way to advertise them.
Well, one way or another, at least the limo itself looks like it’s well-built. Probably because it was built to actually be a limousine. We think this has plenty of space for Carrie, Samatha, Charlotte, and Miranda, as well as all their friends and male partners. Also, for some reason, this ride was found in Ireland. Needs more green.
The Bright Pink Stretch Hummer Wedding Limo
So you’re getting married. Great! It’s an incredibly important moment in your life, no matter if it’s your first or your fifth, and you should approach it with the solemnity and thoughtfulness that you put into all of life’s biggest events.
Also, as you’re driving away from the chapel, you should do it in a huge pink stretch limo. Seriously, just look at that thing. It looks like it’s holding space warriors from the eighties. The fact that it’s able to make ground on what seems to be only four wheels. But hey, at least the flames make it go a little faster. Don’t forget the tin cans on the back so people notice it.
Russian Valentine’s Limo
If you’re of a certain age you know that Valentine’s Day is a really important date to remember, even if you just chose to do something simple. However, if you want to go all out – and you also live in Moscow – then do we have the vehicle for you.
This long limo has been decorated all the way around the outside with dozens or hundreds of red heart decals that let everybody know exactly why you and your sweetie are riding inside. We don’t know if the interior has been decorated, but we really hope it has been. Maybe it’s a little calmer inside, or maybe they amped the decorations up to help people get into the Valentine’s Day spirit.
Swanky Black Retro Limousine
We feel like calling this one a “limo” isn’t doing it justice. This vehicle looks ready to drive a seventies business CEO to a high-powered meeting, or maybe it’s transporting a fashion icon who likes dogs a little too much to her next aggressive takeover. One way or another, it’s a ride that we would be blessed to take.
Despite it being out in the hot sun and dirt, this car looks pristine enough for even the classiest star or fanciest wedding. If you’re wondering where to find this particular model, the picture is from Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, so we hope you have enough for a plane ticket. Plus, you’ll probably have to rent the car, too.
Fancy Filigree Hummer Limousine
If you happen to be in Moscow and you want to take a ride in unmissable style, then there’s only one kind of car that you should get. This long Hummer is impossible to miss if it drives anywhere near you. Just look at the detail on those swirls and curls.
We assume that they cover the body of the vehicle from one end to the other, and it makes us wonder just what kind of detail is going on inside. It looks like there’s enough space for twenty people to fit comfortably. On the other hand, if you have a certain sense of understated style, this vehicle is going to be a hard pass. There are always plenty of takers in the Moscow nightlife.
Classic German Citroen Limousine
Not every homemade limousine has to look like it was welded together in a dirty garage. Some true car aficionados have taken a mid-sixties Citroen and given it a lot more room for friends, groceries, dogs, or cement. Or, you know, anything else that you might need to carry. We’re in love with the sleek, stylish look that this auto brings to the table.
It might have a little bit of difficulty taking wide turns in those narrow European streets, but that doesn’t mean it won’t look good while it’s backing up and maneuvering to complete the turn. Plus, that baby blue color is a darling in the bright sunshine. It looks just like it’s from a mid-sixties movie.
John Lennon’s Magical Mystery Tour Rolls Royce Limousine
If you’re after a car that is one hundred percent charm and one hundred and fifty percent length, then this color vehicle is your best choice. A Rolls Royce Phantom is a classic, fancy car that has born kings, queens, and all kinds of famous people, and this one is going to be turning heads every time it takes a roll down the street.
It’s relatively small as far as limos go, but it still looks like there’s a good amount of space in the back. It looks like four people could sit comfortably as a driver wheels them around Abbey Road or Liverpool. We’re all pretty sure we know what they’re listening to.
Immense Double-Decker Hummer Limousine
You want to have a party. You want to take your fifty or sixty friends out on the town, but you don’t want to have to worry about getting more than one vehicle. Well, this immense people carrier means that your problems are solved. It looks like this incredible machine could carry an entire army, and it has the horsepower to match.
On the other hand, it probably gets a single mile to the gallon, and there aren’t really that many doors, which would make busting out and racing upon an enemy a lot more difficult. They’ll also see you coming since the windows reflect everything around the vehicle in a five-mile radius. We bet they can also hear the car coming. It looks like it’s noisy.
Vintage Wedding Limo
You won’t be able to find this vehicle on any old highway. You’ll have to be in Dundee, United Kingdom, or at least somewhere near there. While this example is overflowing with bridesmaids on their way to a wedding – or on their way to the wedding reception – that’s not the only reason why you might want to fill this classy piece of engine with your friends.
Maybe you’re on your way to prom, or you want to really turn heads at a red-carpet event. Those things will have to happen in or around Dundee, remember, but we think if you pull a couple of strings you can get your homecoming moved. It shouldn’t be that hard, right?
Extra-Long White Hummer Limo
There are a good number of long cars on this list, but we think that this vehicle might be the longest of them all, at least among traditional four-wheeled vehicles. It’s a Hummer, which means it’s a bigger vehicle than most of the others from a normal standpoint, but it’s also been mega-stretched until it looks like it can hardly make it around corners without bumping into something.
Maybe those doors are normal-sized, which would make it long enough, but what if the doors are bigger than your average car? You could fit dozens of people in there. If you got clowns, it could easily be six hundred. We hope they’re all ready to chip in for gas. That thing’s a guzzler.