For the designers at Imperial Coach Builders, the focus of their limo creations is entirely centered on making their client's imagination a reality. Located in Springfield, Mo., Imperial Coaches has distinguished itself from others due to their precise attention to detail, overwhelming lighting designs and use of LED. By introducing LED, Richard Meagher, plant manager and engineer, found that because all of the lights run off of the car battery, LED requires less power, stays cooler and shines brighter.
From pink Hummer stretch limos to classic wedding styles, Imperial Coaches makes it possible to create any client's fantasy world on wheels. Being in high demand and expanding the number of lighting options in their limos, Imperial Coach Builders has transitioned from using fluorescent lights to using LED. Customers have choices whether to outfit their limo with light up dance poles, rope lights, starry ceilings and walls, lighted floors and mood lights throughout their vehicle.
For this vehicle, Imperial Coach Builders manufactured an illuminating dance pole out of an acrylic rod that with RbG lighting that changes colors throughout the night. When not being used to dance the night away, the pole has attachable cup holders giving it multiple uses throughout the night. With everything being tailored towards the client's needs, Imperial Coaches has never duplicated a car.
Different kinds of lights are used on the ceiling and floor. In this picture, Imperial Coach Builders installed star lighting for a romantic roof top effect. Other lighting effects offered by the company include fiber optic neon lighting, lighted disco floors, wall lights and rope lights along the bar and chairs.
Clients have the choice of remodeling one of four vehicles: a limo, a town car, a Hummer limo or a Cadillac Escalade. This company finds most their demands with funerals, weddings and parties. With saved energy from using LED lights in their vehicle design, customers can add more accessories into their vehicle such as entertainment systems, bars, DVD players and lighted dance floors.