If you have a lot of passengers and a taste for luxury, there’s a one-of-kind vehicle that might suit your fancy.
Rental company Exotic Limo has recently listed a stretch Ferrari for sale in Australia.
The 2003 Ferrari Modena was reportedly “chopped in half” and extended nearly 10 feet in the middle to allow it to accommodate 10 passengers.
The vehicle redesign took three years, and the owners added a light-up mini-bar and two TVs.
According to The Drive, they also traded out the manual gearbox for an automatic from a Subaru Legacy GT.
The vehicle still features a 400-horsepower V8 and reportedly still drives like a Ferrari, just not as fast.
It is listed for $287,000, but buyers could consider the potential income that comes along with it.
It currently rents for more than $700 per hour, or $3,600 for a wedding.