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Now that’s what I call a limo: stretched Ferrari Modena

Ferrari Modena Limo

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Has the world gone mad? I think so. Because here’s the latest limo from Carbonyte UK. Bulit for Dan Cawley of Style Limousines in Manchester, England, the Ferrari Modena based limo will be presented at the this month’s European Limousine and Chauffeur Show. The car cost £200,000 to build (plus the price paid for the 360 Modena) and packs 400 hp, goes from 0 to 100 km/h (60 mph) in less than 6 seconds and goes up to 270 km/h (170 mph).

And at those performances, don’t imagine you’ll find champagne bottles and TV screens inside, because the Ferrari Limo has 6 sport seats in the back so you can “enjoy” all that speed. I don’t know what to say, its just that I think Ferraris aren’t meant to be limos. What do you think?

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Ferrari 360 Modena by JN Hephaiss

Ferrari 360 Modena JN Hephaiss

JN Hephaiss presented a modified version of the Ferrari 360 Modena, especially focused on improving the aerodynamics. The car’s body kit include a front spoiler, side skirt and rear-end diffuser, all of which are available in two materials: FRP and Carbon (dark colored spoilers). Other modification include the exhaust/muffler system and the 19-inch O.Z. rims. The price for the entire package is around $22,000. (more…)

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