A group consisting of 23 masters students in Romania have decided to turn a Dacia Duster SUV into a stretched limo. The transformation took four months to complete and this one-off vehicle represents a project car for the Renault Technologie Roumanie program. Call me biased, but this Duster limo doesn't look half bad.
Anyway, the Duster's chassis has been cut in half at the B-pillars, while 59 inches (1.5 meters) of sheet metal were added. In that additional space the students installed a lot of equipment for the ultimate comfort of the passengers inside the limo. Under the hood it has the same 1.6-liter gasoline engine which obviously is underpowered for such a big car, but it's still a pretty good student-made project car.
As a side note, the video was recorded on a highway in Romania between Bucharest and Pitesti, where the Dacia factory is located.
Special thanks to Bogdan for the tip!