This limousine is built on the basis of the Subaru Tribeca crossover.January 22, 2020
Specialists from the Executive Coach Builders studio decided to make a limousine from the 2010 Japanese SUV. The kilometer-long car has gold rims and is currently being sold.
Well, specialists from the Executive Coach Builders studio decided to make a limousine from the 2010 Japanese SUV. The kilometer-long car has gold rims and is currently being sold.
This Tribeca is still four-wheel drive, despite the fact that its rear axle has slightly changed its location relative to the crossover body.
Published photos show that, with the exception of the rather unusual appearance of this limousine, the atmosphere inside us is pretty standard for this type of car. This means a large seat, a lot of chic wooden finishes, a bar, a TV and much more.
The car boasts a good stereo system, heated leather seats and a five-speed automatic transmission that works with a 3.6-liter inline six-cylinder engine. At one time, this motor could easily produce 256 horsepower. Well, given the increase in the length of the car, we suspect that the final amount of available power has become lower.
Tribeca never gained popularity among buyers of crossovers, and Subaru abandoned this model in 2014. Currently, this limousine costs 34,987 dollars, which roughly corresponds to the initial price for this crossover back in 2010.
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