The German Essen Motor Show hosted the presentation of a completely odd-looking vehicle - a huge limousine, creation of Antti Rahko, a Finnish 72-year-old immigrant, who has spent the last 12 years working on this weird project.
Do you know what's even weirder about this limousine? The price. The car was insured with 1 million dollars for its travel to Essen, so probably that is how much the insurance company has valued it.
Finnjet Limousine is made of 2 old Mercedes Benz 300 TD cars and 40 parts from other cars. It consists of 36 mirrors, 86 projectors, 3 rechargeable batteries, TVs, a microwave, fridges, 2 air-conditioned systems - all of this meant to ensure some kind of luxurious comfort to 10 passengers.
Finnjet Limousine uses a diesel engine, which has a consumption of about 25 miles per gallon. Would you want to buy such a limo?