The heaviest limousine weighs over 50,000 pounds. It has 3 lounges, a bar, and can carry up to 40 people.
The heaviest limousine is "Midnight Rider" weighing 22,933 kg (50,560 lb). It is 21.3 m (70 ft) long and 4.1 m (13 ft 8 in) high. It was designed by Michael Machado and Pamela Bartholemew (both USA) in California, USA, and begun operating on 3 September 2004.
Midnight Rider features three lounges and a separate bar and can accommodate up to 40 passengers, served by a crew of four. Its interior decor is based on the railroad Pullman cars, which were popular from the mid-1800. Its horn plays the theme of "The Midnight Rider" by the Allman Brothers.