Luxury Super Cars | Licoln Limousine vs Maybach Landaulet
Which one is luxury than the orther ?
Luxury car – Maybach Landaulet
The lid, and top, are now off of the new Maybach Landaulet-a luxury car adding to the very definition of the luxury car. The art of creating majestic automobiles has been furthered a bit with its introduction.
Maybach Landaulet Exotic Car This is a unique and plush exotic car, with a very special convertible design. With the open-top Landaulet tradition, the top can be opened fully for the rear passengers, while the chauffeur or driver’s compartment remains completely enclosed. Kudos, Maybach-we find this to be quite cool!
The opulent interior boasts decadent armchair seating, upholstered in luxurious white leather. Seated in opulent armchairs upholstered in white leather, they are treated to a majestic open-air experience currently unrivalled by any other automobile in an environment of utmost sophistication and exquisite style. The aesthetics of this luxury car speak for themselves, so lets get down to specifications.
The Landaulet features a V12 biturbo gasoline engine capable of 604 horsepower with a 5-speed automatic transmission. Integrated features include the ESP Electronic Stability Program, ASR acceleration skid control and a braking system adapted to increase the power reserves. These features work seamlessly with the ultra-sensitive AIRMATIC Dual Control air suspension and the exclusive 11-spoke, 20-inch wheels to give you phenomenal handling and directional stability.
Luxury car – Lincoln Limousine:
A limousine (or limo) is a luxury sedan or saloon car generally driven by a chauffeur and with a partition between the driver and the passenger compartment. Limousines often have a lengthened wheelbase. Although usually associated with luxury vehicles, the word “Limousine” is also simply a generic term in some countries for a standard sedan bodystyle.
It was originally an enclosed automobile with open driver’s seat. It is named after a type of cloak and hood that was worn by the inhabitants of the Limousin region that later resembled the covering of a carriage and much later used to describe an automobile body with a permanent top that extended over the open driver’s compartment.
While some limousines are owned by individuals, many are owned by governments to transport senior politicians, by companies to transport executives and guests. Most stretch limousines, however, operate as livery vehicles, providing upmarket competition to taxicabs. Builders of stretch limousines purchase stock cars from manufacturers and modify them, and most are in the United States and Europe and cater mainly to limousine companies. Few stretch limousines are sold new to private individuals. In addition to luxuries, security features such as armoring and bulletproof glass are available.