A company called Carbonyte in the U.K. created this tubular limousine from a Smart. Judging by the livery, a certain energy beverage probably played a role in inspiration of it (or at least in the long hours required to build it).
You can make your own limousine at home. All you need is a Volkswagen beetle, a Cabrio, and a welder. Now, is it on a flatbed to keep it in show condition, because it doesn't run, or because nobody wanted to drive it?
From Insane Limos comes this beast. This Ford F-650 is called Andre the Limo.
Perhaps the least outrageous on the list, but still notable, this Volkswagen Phaeton limo was made in-house. Called the Phaeton Lounge, it was the world's first four-wheel-drive limousine. It was 22 feet long, and powered by a 420-horsepower W-12 engine.
The whole idea of stretching a Mini Cooper is oxymoronic, which turned us off at first. Until we got a glimpse of that pool sitting above the two rear axles. We have to admit, it looks fun, and we'd jump at a chance to go for a ride.
At first, we were horrified by the thought of a stretch Chrysler PT Cruiser. But then we thought, "Well, at least it's not a Sebring."
Ever wondered how to make your Toyota Prius even slower? Here's your answer. Turn it into a limousine.
As if another Hummer limousine wasn't bad enough, this one is painted in tiger stripes. A1 Limousine of South Florida is the proud owner of this one. They also rent a zebra-print Hummer limo, if you're into that sort of thing.
This 1965 Rolls-Royce limousine belonged to John Lennon, in case you couldn't tell from the psychedelic paint job.
This 100-foot-long limousine holds the Guinness world record for being the longest car. It has 26 wheels, and is drivable. This one also has a swimming pool, as well as a king size bed. It was designed by Jay Ohrberg of Burbank, California.