India’s 1st & only Hummer H2 limousine is a CRAZY 39-feet long

The Hummer H2 is one of the largest cars that can be seen travelling on the roads of the world. The first-gen Hummer was based on the Humvee military vehicle that was used extensively by the US military during its wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. However, when this SUV gets turned into a limousine is when it really becomes a magnet for the eyes of every person and phone camera on the streets, as was the case with the Hummer limo seen in the video below.

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So what makes this Hummer H2 Limousine so special? Well, for one, this white limousine is 12 metres (39.3 feet) long and only features the regular five doors that you find on a ‘standard’ Hummer. There is enough space between the front and rear doors, and to the final door at the rear, to comfortably allow up to 15 people to relax on the leather-lined seats of the limo.

The interiors of the Hummer limousine features TV screens, some rather snazzy club-style lights for the rood and what appears to be a mini-bar with the requisite glasses and drinks (hidden away) for the people having a good time inside the stretched limousine.

India’s 1st & only Hummer H2 limousine is a CRAZY 39-feet long

The Hummer H2 limousine, in the video, is owned by Dubai Gold & Diamonds, a jewellery manufacturer from Kerala. The white H2 limousine costs Rs. 8 crore and was registered in Dubai. The H2 limousine was brought down to the city of Malappuram in Central Kerala in 2014 by Dubai Gold & Diamonds for the inauguration of one of their showrooms.

While the Hummer H2 may have been stretched to 12 metres, there is no information available about any modifications done under the hood to pull along the extra weight. Hummer offered the H2 with two engine options, in its production run, between 2002 and 2009. The first engine was a 6.0-litre V8 that produced between 316 to 325 Bhp depending on the production year and came paired with a 4-speed automatic gearbox.

For its last two years of production, Hummer dropped in a larger 6.2-litre V8 engine that cranked out 393 Bhp and could hit 60 miles per hour from a standstill in around 9.1 seconds, which was mighty impressive for an SUV that weighed in at 3 tonnes.