I suppose some of you might think I’m a gold-thirsty and heartless monster, but I didn’t ask for this reputation, that’s just you plebs being jealous. I do have a heart, actually, and I’ll prove it to you by telling you a little story about how I gifted a limousine to my friend, V.
Ah, prom. You and several other sweaty, nervous teens pile into a nice car or limousine for a night of awkwardness, stepping on your dance partner’s feet, and/or hoping your bra isn’t peeking out. You know what would make it all so much more worthwhile? Getting to watch the limousine get wrecked afterwards.
English investigators are treating a recent blaze that destroyed hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of supercars as arson, according to reports.
If you are aspiring to be a bizarro-world version of a superpower, and you can't get many allies but you can get plenty of enemies, no two-bit B6/B7+ armored Mercedes S-Class limousine will do. No, if you want to beat the Beast, you need a custom limo of your own. This is Russian President Vladimir Putin's new ride.
The Beast is now five years old and due for a replacement. Since President Obama's eventual successor can't just roll around in any random old hooptie, the Department of Homeland Security is seeking automaker bids to make a new one. Who wants in?
This weekend is one of the busiest travel times of the year, with many people rushing home to see their families for Christmas. Some of you will be taking planes. Some of you will be taking limos from those planes. And none of you (probably) will be taking a Batmobile limo from those planes.
Wanted: Experienced automaker who can build a new armored limousine for a high-ranking VIP. Must be able to willing to partake in live fire exercises. Discretion a must.
Ever wanted to go back in time, but you knew you could only go with one crazed mad scientist? Worry no more, the DeLorean limo lets you bring all your friends along as you defy the supposed linearity of the space-time continuum.
We've all seen these ridiculously-equipped SUVs designed for the one percent before. They're full of stained wood accents, plush leather seating, and everything from big-screen TVs to coffee makers. But this is the first time we've seen one with a full-on exercise machine inside.
As if the Dodge Challenger wasn't beefy enough, the folks at LA Custom Coach Inc. have built themselves a Challenger SRT8 limo. The shop welded an extra 140 inches of steel into the middle, making the resulting behemoth a staggering 28 feet long.
Reborn Italian coachbuilder Carrozzeria Castagna is coming to the U.S. and has embraced our bigger-is-better mantra with this trio of seventeen-and-a-half foot stretch limousines built out of Fiat 500s.
Ever wonder what Joseph Stalin drove, or more accurately, was driven in? How about one of 32 completely armored Likhachov-built ZIS-115's. It's 19.6 feet long, weighs 9,435 lbs and gets 8.5MPG. Some tyrants are more equal than others.
Years ago man looked upon a car and said "that's not long enough for me." It's been downhill ever since. With the help of our readers here's Jalopnik's list of the ten most obnoxious limo conversions.
Wedding season's quickly approaching and if you're riding in one of these ten limos to recite your vows, start a life of baby-manufacturing and welfare-collecting, well, you might be doing Jeff Foxworthy proud.
In honor of today's love-fest on television today toward "Cadillac One," Popular Mechanics put together a list of the top seven Presidential limousines since the advent of the internal combustion engine. [Popular Mechanics]
In a world without US automakers, someone would have to build the next Presidential limousine, right? Chinese automaker Roewe's working hard to complete this luxury barge ahead of the Shanghai show. Why not them?
In one of the odder press releases to come across our desk lately, the National Limo Association (NLA) is pleading with celebrity handlers to spare their clients the embarrassment of a DUI mug shot this holiday season by hiring a limo driver. And while we agree with the sentiment (no one wants to be remembered as the…