an elongated, luxurious automobile, designed to be driven by a chauffeur and often having a glass partition between the driver's seat and the passengers' compartment behind.
A closed, chauffeur-driven automobile in which the driver is separated from the passengers by a glass partition.
Large four-door sedan, often with a division between the driver and passengers.
large luxurious car; usually driven by a chauffeur
a big, comfortable car
a very long, fancy car
A privately owned and operated chauffeur-driven car, often hired for special occasions or for business purposes.
A four-door sedan with glass division. In modern terms, used to describe a large sedan with division; compact versions are termed touring limousines.
An automobile designed to seat five or more persons behind the driver's seat.
A specially built vehicle designed for passenger comfort and a professional driver. The wheelbase is longer than the original vehicle and the passenger compartment is isolated from the driver by some form of barrier. It can contain most anything the owner desires, such as TV, wet-bar, exotic music system, communications, etc..
a closed car with glass division between driver and the passenger compartment.
A large saloon, with glass division separating the front compartment, intended for chauffeur drive. Usually six light, and splendidly formal. Normally with "D" shaped back up to about 1933, "swept tail" thereafter. The chauffeur's compartment is often cramped and upholstered in leather whilst the rear is spacious, with the seating in cloth or Bedford cord. Many have occasional seats in the rear which fold into the division or the floor. Usually the division has sliding glass or winds down. Sometimes a speaking tube facilitates communication with your lackey up front.
A limousine (or limo) is an unusually long luxury car, traditionally black or white in color. Limousines are most commonly driven by chauffeurs.