Top 7 Longest Cars In The World Ever Made

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Some people in the motoring world believe that bigger is better, and some of these large vehicles certainly live up to that concept. Automakers take great pride in the size of their vehicles, yet it can be difficult for them to express the enormity of some of their designs.

Although cars nowadays tend to be on the larger side, it’s safe to say that automakers have always been willing to test the limits when it comes to vehicle length. Some behemoths can grow to be 22 feet (264 inches) long, which is more than a third the size of the usual 15 feet (180 inches) of parking space.

Many of these incredibly huge motors are American, as one would expect from a nation where supersizing everything from food to vehicles is extremely coveted. However, there are a few European contenders too.

World’s Largest Cars (Top 7)

7. Bentley Mulsanne Extended Wheelbase – 19.11 feet (229 inches)

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The length of the extended wheelbase Bentley Mulsanne is 19.11 feet (229 inches), and the rear-seat passenger has much more legroom than in the standard model. With its elegant exterior and interior design and strong engine that allows it to reach 60 mph (96 kph) in just 5.3 seconds, this limousine effortlessly blends sport and luxury.

The big sunroof on this model provides lots of light inside the car, which is a further benefit for the passenger in the rear seat. The driver and passengers can even change the amount of light that the tinted glass allows.

6. Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight – 19.36 feet (232 inches)

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Produced from 1940 to 1942 and again from 1946 to 1996, the Ninety-Eight was the most spacious Oldsmobile ever made, measuring 19.36 feet (232 inches) in length. In addition to being the biggest, the Ninety-Eight was also the most opulent Oldsmobile because of its 1972 Regency version, which was painted in Tiffany Gold to honor the company’s 75th anniversary.

The largest variants, the Nimitz class, were produced from 1971 to 1976. They were known for their roomy cabins and enormous trunks, which could accommodate enough luggage or food for an entire family.

5. Buick Electra – 19.47 feet (233 inches)

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For the 1975 model year, the Buick Electra had an overall length measuring 19.47 feet (233 inches). From 1959 to 1990, Buick produced the luxury car for General Motors. It came as either the Electra 225 or the Electra Limited, and it could be bought as either a hardtop coupe or a hardtop car.

The Electra Limited had a limited edition cloth or leather notchback seat, while the former had vinyl or cloth seats. They were both equipped with electric windows and a driver’s seat.

4. Rolls-Royce Phantom Extended – 19.96 feet (239 inches)

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With a length of 19.96 feet (239 inches), the Phantom Extended is advertised by Rolls-Royce as the “ultimate luxury vehicle.” It has spacious leather seats, a coolbox under the back seats that holds champagne flutes and room for a bottle, and hidden screens in the back of the front seats that let the back passengers retreat inside this “luxurious sanctuary” away from the outside world.

Inside, there’s a “Starlight Headliner” that gives the impression of being beneath a starry sky, due to 1,500 fiber optics. The Phantom Extended is the most expensive luxury sedan produced by Rolls-Royce.

3. Maybach 62 – 20.22 feet (242 inches)

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The fourth vehicle in the Maybach lineup, the 62 S, made its debut in 2006. It is among the most potent chauffeur-driven saloons because of its twelve-cylinder engine. The Maybach 62 offers a generous amount of space with its 20.22 feet (242 inches) length and 8.8 feet (105 inches) interior length.

The company assured that even the tallest clients would have plenty of legroom in the individually reclining back seats, which feature a footrest and lower leg support that can be adjusted with the push of a button.

2. Cadillac Fleetwood Seventy-Five – 21.02 feet (252 inches)

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The Cadillac Fleetwood Seventy-Five was a bit over 21.02 feet (252 inches) long, which may not come as a surprise since it had been designed to be luxurious. The model featured nine seats if they wanted them, and because of its massive size, it frequently served as both a limousine and occasionally a hearse.

Produced starting in 1976, it represented the height of Cadillac luxury, with standard equipment like automated parking brake release, AM/FM radio, controlled parking mirrors, and climate control.

1. Mercedes-Maybach Pullman – 21.32 feet (255 inches)


Impressively, the length of the Mercedes-Maybach Pullman is 21.32 feet (255 inches), which makes it longer than some American pickup trucks. This is the longest traditional car on this list. It was made when Mercedes decided to bring back the Maybach name in 2014.

The Pullman is a luxury-oriented vehicle. Designed squarely for heads of state, dignitaries, diplomats, and the well-to-do, Mercedes boasts an enormous cabin that may serve as a “mobile workspace” or a place to unwind.


The above-described seven longest cars revolutionized the concept of luxury and spaciousness on wheels. Whether you’re a VIP who needs a driver or just someone who likes the finer things in life, these cars provide the highest level of comfort and stature. As technology develops, we can only imagine what the future holds for the realm of ultra-long cars. So, which of these remarkable vehicles would you most like to drive?

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