ORLANDO, Fla. — Now you can see what riding in style really looks like.
The Guinness World Records-verified world’s longest car has cruised into Orlando, its new home.
At more than 100 feet long, the world’s longest car – which resembles a really, really long limousine – is complete with a helicopter pad, jacuzzi, putting green and space for 75 people.
See Guinness’ video of the record-breaker below:
The car is set up for guests to see up close at Dezerland Park Orlando’s Auto Museum, 5250 International Drive. The museum costs $24.95 for adults, $18.95 for seniors and military members, and $16.95 for children ages 4-12. Children 4 and younger are free.
The super-limo was recently restored, given a fresh paint job and set of wheels, and is ready to roll again. It was first built in Burbank, California, in 1986 and has been extended over the years, according to Guinness World Records. It is based on the 1976 Cadillac Eldorado limousines, according to Guinness.
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