The limousine industry became an actual industry in the 1970s/1980s, and before that it was limited to presidents, kings and queens, statesmen, movie/rock stars, and the very wealthy. Car collectors enjoy viewing and riding in classics such as Woodrow Wilson's Pierce-Arrow, which is pictured at the left. Mercedes-Benz has lately been promoting its new S600 Pullman state limousine. Queen Elizabeth II used to ride around in this elegant car. Elegant limousines will always be used by the rich, famous, and powerful, even as businessmen shy away from stretches and ask for executive vans, SUVs, and sedans.
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