Thursday, September 6, 2007

The fastest limousine in the world

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The world's fastest limousinewhich has a top speed of 166mph is now available to rent for £700 an hour. It is made from a Ferrari 360 Modenawhich was chopped in half and stretched by 9.5ft with a section of hand-built carbon fibre. The stretch Ferrari, which measures 20 feet long, and seats eight people, was built by limo boss Dan Cawleyand former McLaren carbon fibre expert Chris Wright. It is set to be the fastest limousine, and longest Ferrari ever built. It will make its debut at the Limousine & Chauffeur Show 2007 at the Birmingham NEC from the 16th to 18th of September.




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2 comments:

Dennis said...

This limousine works on the 3,6 liter engine V8 and, in spite of its sizes, to the "hundredth" it is accelerated only in 6 seconds. Between the sawn front and tail ends of former 360 modena is inserted the another part. The persistent transactions on the magic transformation, which were being continued in the course of 8 months, gave the good fruits: limousine entered into the history, namely into the Guinness book of records as the most rapid and longest automobile Ferrari in the world. Its maximum speed - 274 km/h.I think that it will be unforgettable to use this car as weeding transport, but unfortunately not many limo hire companies offer such vehicle, cause it is a really and really expensive car and it will be expensive to look after it.

Maryland Limo said...

I think this is not just the fastest limousine on Earth but also the prettiest and coolest limousine. How I wish I could try a ride on a limousine even for a seconds.

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