What makes something a limo?

Any large, luxurious car, especially one driven by a driver. A large sedan or a small bus, especially one for transporting passengers to and from an airport, between train stations, etc. There are special companies that build limousines with normal cars. How do they do it? They stretch the wheelbase and use metal and glass sheets to lengthen the body.

They also add any desired luxury features. Inside a limousine, you'll find LCD flat screen televisions where you can watch your favorite movies and from different positions inside the car. A minibar is always cold and filled with glasses, ice, bottled water, and sometimes soda. The normal limousine, whether a sedan or a city car, is an elegant, sophisticated, old-school vehicle, making it the king of all limousines.