Longest Car in the World
The world’s longest car is also known as the American Dream. Jay Ohberg built it in 1986 in Burbank, California. The American Dream is the world’s longest and wildest limousine, and it was built based on a 1976 Cadillac Eldorado. Jay Ohberg is a car collector, and he made his living from the super-realistic string of world-famous vehicles for movies and television. He created the American Dream and many breathtaking vehicles that include the souped-up DeLorean DMC-12 from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and Back to the Future.
How Long Is the Longest Limousine?
The 26-wheeled longest limo is 30.5 (100ft) long from stem to stern.
Where’s the Longest Limousine Now?
After the lease, the world’s longest car was abandoned in a warehouse, which paved the way for the damage. The longest limo was heavily rusted, and its body was damaged, windows were broken and the wheels went missing. It is said that the American Dream has been split into two and relocated to the Dezerland park car museum in Orlando, Florida. Dezerland’s website says the longest limo’s exterior work is complete and will be finished by next spring.
The Longest Car in the World Is Also Called As
- A. The American Dream
- B. The Panton
- C. The Bently
- D. None of the above
Facts about the World’s Longest Limousine
- The American Dream was officially named the “World largest Car” in the Guinness book of world records in the mid-’90s.
- The longest car in the world, “The American Dream,” has 26 wheels.
- The American Dream has two driver’s compartments on both ends of the vehicle and it is impossible to turn without two drivers.
- The world’s longest limo has a swimming pool, two engines, dozens of windows, TVs, telephones, a water bed, a jacuzzi, a lounge, a candelabra-festooned living room, and a swimming pool with a diving board.
- The car has two sections joined in the middle by a hinge which is for navigating tighter corners.
- The longest limo has seventy-two seats.
Drawbacks of the World’s Longest Car
- The size of the car is its plus and minus too. The car was so long that it could be driven on a straight path.
- It is illegal to drive the world’s longest limo publicly, and it did not have permission to drive on the road except for some purposes.