World’s most unorthodox limousine is a stretched Ferrari 360 Modena

Ferrari won't be happy.
  • A limo company turned this Ferrari 360 Modena into a stretch limo
  • It has room for eight passengers now
  • They even gave it gullwing doors

Published on May 3, 2024 at 8:10PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on May 7, 2024 at 12:10PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Amelia Jean Hershman-Jones

Ferrari famously hates it when people mess with its cars in an unorthodox way.

They’ve got all kinds of clauses and caveats when somebody buys a brand-new Ferrari.

And we should point out that these clauses and caveats are harsher and stricter when it comes to limited-edition models.

So we can only imagine what they must’ve thought when they saw what someone did to this Ferrari 360 Modena.

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The car was bought new in 2003 and then, in 2012, it was modified by a limousine company in Australia that turned it into a stretch limo with room for eight people.

The engine is the same, a 3.6-liter V8 putting out 394 hp, and nothing was done to modify the cabin, either.

That’s good news because it means the iconic gear selector is still there.

But, as you can see, that’s where the good news ends because everything else is not the same anymore.

They chopped the car in two halves and then added an extra bit in the middle to turn it into… this.

And then, as a cherry top of the cake, they even gave it gullwing doors.

The company surfaced for sale on more than one occasion in the past, and it’s unclear who owns it at the moment.

But, as you can see from the clip, the Ferrari 360 Modena stretch limo is clearly still alive and kicking.

We’re willing to bet both the seller and the buyer, and whoever owns it at the moment of course, are probably joining the growing list of people who are not exactly on Ferrari’s Christmas list anymore.

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