I'm guessing it wont do the 1/4 in under 14 sec...
I wonder what the turning radius is, and how ofter the center of the car bangs into the roadway?
I think it covers the quarter-mile. That is one seriously-long vehicle.
This isn't quite correct due to the angle but I measured the average height just ahead of the hatch as 1.25 inch from the top to the edge of the shadow. Then the nearside length as 5.5 inch. Assuming the car is 5.5 feet tall that proportions out to 25.3 feet overall with 20.9 foot wheelbase.
The biggest problem with a long vehicle is right turns. You have to start in the right lane then swing your front to the left lane leaving your back end so it blocks following drivers from rushing in between you and the curb. If they do get in there you get the opportunity of pinching them against the curb at which point you merely stop and look at em till they back up. If there's 2 or 3 of em its even more fun.
It looks the size of a normal limo to me. Do you think it's bigger?
It's even more fun than that when there isn't a right or left lane and you have to worry about oncoming traffic!
This must be a photo-shop job, and a good one at that..It appears to be so low that only midgets could enter and so long that the middle would sag to ground contact !!
If it's a Photoshop job, he really carries the joke out pretty far. It appears this guy builds/rents/sells all kinds of snazzy luxury rides.
Here is a link that might be useful: Limo King
After looking at the website I think they are real! Some of them are neat! The VW bug limo! Cute!
I shudder to think how one would navigate the boreens of Co. Cavan in that. At least in a Hummer you could take a short-cut through the fields.