There are a few different types of limousines out there, but some of them are much more luxurious than others. These cars are often used for weddings, bachelor parties, proms, and other special events.
A few of these limos are even worth millions of dollars. So whether you’re looking for a fun and exciting way to travel or want to treat yourself to the ultimate luxury, here are the 10 most luxurious limousines in the world!
1. Sultan of Brunei’s Gold-Encrusted Rolls Royce Silver Spur II
The Sultan of Brunei, Hassanal Bolkiah, owns one of the largest collections of rare cars in the world. He also owns one of the most luxurious limos you’ll ever see, which is coated in gold from its grills to its tyres.
The sultan has 600 Rolls Royces in his collection, but this one stands out from the rest. It’s been custom-made for his wedding and covered in 24k gold.
In addition to the limo, the sultan has several other unique vehicles in his massive car collection. He also owns a Bugatti Veyron and 6 Daver Porsche 962 LM’s.
The Sultan of Brunei is known for his love of luxury and he has an obsession with performance cars. He is a top collector of Ferraris and owns the biggest car collection in the world, which is estimated to be worth $5 billion.
2. The American Dream
The American Dream is a set of ideals based on the idea that anyone can achieve success, wealth and a comfortable lifestyle if they work hard. It includes political and economic freedom, as well as rules of law and private property rights.
For many, owning a house represents an important part of this dream. In a country where the economic gap between rich and poor is wide, owning your own home has become a mark of social and economic stability for many Americans.
In 1986, a car customizer named Jay Ohrberg repurposed six 1976 Eldorado Cadillacs (via Motor Trend) to build an absurdly long limousine called The American Dream. It measured 60 feet and rolled on 26 wheels, with a pair of V8 engines in the front and back.
3. The Midnight Rider
The Midnight Rider is a 22-wheel tractor-trailer PHX limos that was built in California by a team of five people. Designed to mimic the Pullman Presidential railroad car, it’s considered by the Guinness Book of World Records to be the world’s largest and heaviest limousine.
Known for its swanky interior, this limo is a must-see for anyone who wants to experience something out of the ordinary. Its owners, Pamela and Michael Machado, wanted to create a limousine that could help people relive the days when luxury railroad transportation was in vogue.
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4. Cadillac Eldorado
Big honking domestic luxury coupes are almost extinct, but fat cats with a penchant for Americana can still drool over this decade-old Cadillac. Powered by a powerful V8 engine and front-wheel drive, the Eldorado offers everything you’d expect in a classic coupe.
Cadillac’s redesigned 4.6-liter Northstar V8s (the 275-hp version in the standard Eldorado and the 300-hp motor in the ETC) achieve better mileage with regular fuel, smoother and quieter operation, and are low-emission vehicles in some states. Anti-lock brakes are standard, with StabiliTrak featuring stability enhancement and road texture detection to adjust the brakes automatically based on the way the car is handling.
The Cadillac’s high style and performance were recognized in a Car and Driver test, which ranked it above Rolls-Royce and Mercedes-Benz. However, its quality was not quite as good, which prompted C&D to note that, while it did feel like a luxury sedan, it was not the type of vehicle they would choose for themselves.
5. Rolls Royce Phantom
Rolls-Royce is a prestigious company that builds luxurious vehicles. The Phantom is a top-notch vehicle that sets a new standard for luxury automobiles.
The Phantom is an imposing car with an incredible roadside presence, but it doesn’t just look good, it drives well too! The opulent interior and refined materials make for an exceptional ride.
Unlike the Maybach S-Class and Bentley Flying Spur, which can be rather noisy inside, the Phantom’s cabin is quiet and comfortable. The ride lope is surprisingly soft and the suspension never lets you feel the bumps or imperfections of the road surface.
If you’re looking for a vehicle with a little more room, there are also the extended wheelbase Phantom models that offer an ocean of legroom in addition to the front seats. The Starlight Headliner is also available and is customizable to the owner’s taste, with many choosing a specific starlight sky from their home country or personal sky.