In recent years, the stretch limo business has migrated away from the traditional full size Lincoln and Cadillac sedans to trucks like Ford Excursions, Hummers, Escalades and Tahoes. The big body-on-frame SUVs make sense because they are pretty straightforward for manufacturers to stretch and reinforce. Some vehicles, however, just make no sense as a limo. In spite of being a body on frame truck, the Hummer H3 is narrow and cramped on the inside. The latest no sense limo started life as a 1999 Volkswagen New Beetle. At least this one doesn't need an extended driveshaft.

[Source: Carscoop]