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California Limo Builder Unveils Sleek Office On Wheels

Posted on August 25, 2010 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

SUMMARY: Designed for a less flashy, more business-oriented crowd, this new SUV still offers comfort and luxury.

SAN FRANCISCO — LIMOUSINES WORLD, a maker of limousines and motorcoaches that also sells and exports luxury cars, mobile office SUVs and limousines, recently released a new version of its popular Mobile Office SUV CEO Limousine.

Re-designed to be more discreet, this limousine is not stretched, explains Cedric Lacroix, director of sales. “It’s spacious, comfortable, and luxurious at the same time,” he adds. This new version of the SUV is set up with all the ideal amenities that enable passengers to work in the car. The Mobile Office SUV CEO Limousine is equipped with Captain and lever seats, desks, a big screen TV, a DVD player, a bar, and a private desk. Wi-Fi also can be installed.

But the main standout addition is the roof, raised to accommodate the Captain seating and provide more comfort, Lacroix said. “We redesigned the whole interior of the SUV…some clients don’t want a stretch. They want to work inside the car without looking too flashy from the exterior.”

To add to the discreet feel, LimousinesWorld has added tinted windows to the limousine. “People want the same car, the regular SUV Cadillac Escalade, except they want total comfort, [but] don’t want to show what’s inside. So it’s a special design for working and being very comfortable,” Lacroix said.

The CEO Executive SUV is available on the Cadillac Escalade ESV (and Hybrid), Lincoln Navigator, Yukon, Mercedes GL, and Infiniti.

The vehicle price starts at $125,000 depending on options. The company ships worldwide. Build time ranges from eight to 10 weeks.

LimousinesWorld sells directly to corporations, casinos, hotels, companies that provide limousine services, private individuals, heads of state, royal families, movie studios, celebrities, and transportation companies.

Source: Nicole Schlosser, LCT Magazine

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