The world’s heaviest limousine is a grand nightclub on the wheels


Why roll into Vegas in a silly stretched-out car when you could rumble in a 25-ton, 70 foot long luxury-brimmed truck instead! Termed as the world’s heaviest limousine, the Midnight Rider, also referred to as a tractor-trailer limousine was built between 1997 and 2004 and is licensed to travel the length and breadth of the United States. With a 48 feet turning radius, this one sports an H-frame stainless-steel construction with 1400 aircraft-quality welds and an aluminum belt sixteen times thicker than conventional big-rigs with a 435 HP Peterbilt 379 tractor pulling the rig.

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Using on-board generators to power up, this limo sports it all, three separate lounge areas, each with its own bar, big screen and phones. Also, for $1000 per hour, this one comes with two drivers, a hostess, an operations specialist and a bartender at your service!
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[Gizmodo]