Rear legroom is the ultimate luxury in China. That’s why most luxury cars that are sold over there have some or other long-wheelbase variant.
That’s not enough for some people who prefer extra legroom and a dash of exclusivity. Throw a brick from a window in Beijing and you’ll hit at least three stretched Hummers before it hits the ground.
This is probably the reason behind the monstrosity you see here – a stretched Ford F150 SVT Raptor. It may not be the best looking limo ever, but at least it’s exclusive.
The Raptor comes as standard with a big-bore 6,2-litre engine producing 306kW. In standard guise it’s an off-road legend, but we bet the extra metre or so added to the body has compromised its abilities somewhat.
Other modifications to this F150 include a domed roof, gullwing doors and a tent-like cover for the loadbin.