Apr 18th, 2011 by admin
Limousines are most luxury vehicles with an extended wheelbase and usually driven by professional drivers. Limousine was first developed in 1902 and since then it has been a symbol of luxury used by the rich class. Limousine cars are built using expensive, world-class materials and are well-known for their chic design, attractive color and spacious interior.
A limousine has special ability to help you to make a grand entry, most popular events or occasions for limousine hire are birthdays, hen nights, stag nights, corporate events, airport transfers, weddings and school proms. Limousines can be divided into two broad categories, such as the traditional and exotic. A traditional limousine is usually a stretched sedan or saloon car, which has extra legroom for the passengers. Exotic limos are often custom-made, one-of-a-kind limousines with lots of fancy accessories to decorate the interior of the car. In general all limousines have plush seating arrangements and are fitted with TVs DVD players and satellite phones. They are provided with excellent music systems with woofers, such that at a pinch they can even be converted into a mini discotheque.
There is a wide choice of stylish limousines for various uses. Many of the reputed car manufacturers like the Cadillac, Rolls Royce, BMW, Audi, Mercedes Benz, Hummer, Ferrari etc. are those who make the limousines. The body of a limousine is such that there is a partition between the driver’s and the passenger’s compartment to give the passenger maximum privacy. These partitions are often soundproof and the passengers may have the option to communicate with the driver via intercom.
The superiority and its exclusivity make the limousine one of the most sought after cars all over the world.