Ferrari: New trend in stretch limos?

A challenger to the gullwing surfaces.

Ali Baba Limousine

In the world of the uber-rich, of course, competition knows no bounds. So we should expect nothing less of the market for Ferrari stretch limousines.

It may not have the kind of gullwing doors sported by one of its chief competitors featured last week, but this six-passenger model from Philadelphia-based Ali Baba Limousine isn't exactly a Mini Cooper either. It's also a relative bargain to rent, at $400 an hour.

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