It seems that there’s been a presidential election recently, and that tomorrow is the Presidential Inauguration? Why wasn’t the news covering this? This seems important. It also seems that tomorrow the newest version of the Beast, the custom-built Presidential Limousine-State Car will be revealed. That made me wonder…
The next President of the United States is not just going to be taking our country for a ride, but also a shiny new Presidential limousine. Sadly, the current car nicknamed “The Beast,” which you may have noticed looks like a second-gen Cadillac CTS on steroids, will be retired. But the new one is no different, and it…
When he takes the oath of office on January 20, President Donald Trump won’t just do so with the abject horror of half the country—he’ll do it with a fancy new limousine, too. The replacement for President Obama’s General Motors-built armored car known as “The Beast” has been in development for nearly two years and…
President Obama’s limousine, known as The Beast, waits for the Commander-in-Chief in Havana. President Obama is the first sitting American president to visit Cuba since the 1959 revolution. Photo credit: Ned Price/National Security Council
Barring a military coup d’etat like they have in other countries, the U.S. will have selected a new president in November. Whoever that ends up being, this will be their ride. Meet the development mule for the next presidential limo.
With a new presidential limo contract soon to be awarded, it's probably a good time to look at the current terrible limo. Like America's foreign policy at the time of its introduction, "The Beast" was a clumsy solution to a delicate set of priorities that caused more problems that it solved.
Try and count all the vehicles in the President's motorcade! You can't. There are too many. It's impossible.
Cadillac has done well despite some minor issues, but it's time for somebody else to build the successor to the Beast, and we think these ten brands would do the best job.
No matter what you think of Jay Leno, he has one hell of a kickass car collection. But there's one car he doesn't have: President Obama's insanely armored Cadillac limo. Last night, Obama changed that. Kind of.
It's no secret that President Barack Obama and his Washington, D.C. neighbors are tight. With a population that's more than 50 percent black and a median age of 33, the President's more or less liberal reputation sits cozily within the city's demographics.
President Barack Obama's first trip to Ireland began with less luck than expected today when his Cadillac limousine scraped to a halt on a ramp at the U.S. Embassy in Dublin. It's hard to defend against leprechauns.