A limosine company based in Mexico has come up with what it thinks is the ultimate luxury car - a converted Boeing 727 passenger plane.
The company has taken the wings off the Boeing and turned it into a big deisel-powered car, capable of whizzing 50 people along the highway, at up to 200 kilometres an hour.
From next month, anyone with a spare $1,500 will be able to book a three hour trip in the converted 727, taking advantage of its dance club, bar and lounge - and hope it does not hit any pot-holes.
Sixty people worked on the plane's transformation for three months.
The six-tonne plane is 18 metres long and 3.9 metres high. It has a six-cylinder, turbocharged diesel engine in the back and air brakes and suspension.
The interior is decked with neon strobe lights and audio and video systems.
Passengers can boogie on a dance floor, make a pit stop at a bar or retire to a "romantic" space in the back of the aircraft-turned-luxury-automobile.