Who Owns the Longest Limousine in the World?

The Guinness Book of World Records has recognized The American Dream, a personalized limousine, as the longest car in the world. Awarded to Michael Dezer in Orlando on March 1, this limousine measures an impressive 30.45 meters (100 feet). Restored from the parts of the original, record-breaking vehicle, this 25,000-pound Cadillac is equipped with a helipad and is truly a sight to behold.Autoseum, a technical education museum owned by Michael Manning in Nassau County, New York, recovered the colossal Caddy for restoration. After years of attending shows and making traffic growl every time it approached a public road, the 100-foot-long limousine was put away and fell into disrepair.

With that in mind, they had a helicopter handy when the Guinness crew showed up to certify that the limousine was the longest car in the world.Thanks to a couple of construction adjustments during the restoration, The American Dream broke its own length record by 1.5 inches, recording an official figure of 100 feet and 1.5 inches (30.54 meters). This record-breaking car can be driven from both ends and can also function as a rigid vehicle. It is now located next to the collection of unique and classic cars at the Deeren Park Car Museum in Orlando, according to the Guinness Book of World Records.The American Dream was manufactured by talented designer Jay Ohrberg, who also manufactured the famous car used in the Knight television series. Ohrberg is convinced that the size of a luxury car must be considerable, and that's certainly true for this 100-foot-long limousine.

There are Cadillac V8 engines somewhere, and their owners say it can be driven from either end.An extremely long limousine, called The American Dream, has earned the coveted title of the longest car in the world according to Guinness World Records. This impressive vehicle is truly one of a kind and is sure to turn heads wherever it goes.