February 19, 2011
The Midnight Rider
There is a rumor circulating that the legendary luxury car maker Rolls Royce is not only entering the world of electric cars, but is planning a rechargeable, electric limousine.
Well, we’ll be keeping an ear out for more information on this, but in the meantime we thought we’d share with you news on possibly the most luxury limo in the World, ‘The Midnight Rider’, which is moving the boundaries of luxury limos to impenetrable heights.
Cruising around Las Vegas and California with three lounges, a stunning brass staircase, a full bar complete with two bartenders, a bathroom, large screen televisions, climate controlled air conditioning and heating and a 1,800 watt Sony surround sound system, we can safely surmise that The Midnight Rider, is the world’s largest and most luxurious limousine.
In fact, so exclusive is this limo that she is the only one of her kind ever to be built. Being classified as a “Tractor-Trailer Limousine”, this truly immense vehicle has air-ride suspension built-in, which makes travelling so comfortable and luxurious that guests of The Midnight Rider can casually walk around her elegant interior, mingling and chatting with other guests like they were musing through the rooms of a castle.
Resembling 1870s Presidential Pullman Car décor, the Midnight Rider’s exterior is as exquisite as her interior, and looking at this magnificent stainless steel and aluminum construction, it is easy to understand why she took seven years to build.
Having been scrupulously engineered by Mike Machado, this 70-feet long limo can hold up to 40 passengers. A crew of five, including a driver, co-driver, two bartenders and a hostess, ensure passengers’ every whim is catered for in the most relaxed of ambiences.
Personalized excursions can be made across southern California and Las Vegas or perhaps even a trip of a lifetime to experience southern California’s wine country? Witness Temecula’s legendary wineries and beautiful vineyards in the most deluxe and unforgettable ways possible.
To ‘ride in time’ and experience an event, which is ‘only limited by your imagination’, visit The Midnight Rider website.