10 Carros Presidenciais de 10 Presidentes dos EUA

10 Presidential Cars of 10 U.S. Presidents
The Presidential state car is the official state car used by the President of the United States. A variety of vehicles have both officially and unofficially been acknowledged as the presidential vehicle. Since the late 1930s, the Federal government of the United States has specially commissioned vehicles for presidential use, often specifying advanced communications equipment, special convenience features, armor plating, and defense countermeasures. American cars are traditionally chosen for the role. The most recent vehicle to be customized as the presidential car is a Chevrolet Kodiak-based, Cadillac-badged limousine often referred to as Cadillac One and occasionally as Limo One (a reference to the U.S. presidential aircraft, Air Force One).
The Secret Service refers to the heavily armored vehicle as The Beast.

1. President Woodrow Wilson
The 1919 presidential limousine, a Pierce Arrow "Series 15".

2. President Calvin Coolidge
The 1924 presidential limousine, a Lincoln.

3. President Franklin D. Roosevelt
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The 1939 "Sunshine Special" presidential limousine, a Lincoln convertible.

4. Presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson
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The 1961 presidential limousine, a Lincoln Continental.

5. President Richard Nixon
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The 1969 presidential limousine, a Lincoln Continental.

6. Presidents Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, and Ronald Reagan
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The 1972 presidential limousine, a Lincoln Continental.

7. President Ronald Reagan
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The 1983 presidential limousine, a Cadillac Fleetwood.

8. President George H. W. Bush
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The 1989 presidential limousine, a Lincoln Town Car

9. President Bill Clinton
The 1993 presidential limousine, a Cadillac Brougham.

10. President George W. Bush
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The 2005 presidential limousine, a Cadillac DTS

11. President Barack Obama
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The current presidential limousine entered service on January 20, 2009. According to the manufacturer, General Motors, the 2009 presidential limousine, based on the Cadillac DTS, is the first not to carry a specific model name. The vehicle's outward appearance carries many current Cadillac styling themes, but does not resemble any particular production vehicle. The body itself seems to be a modification of the immediately previous DTS-badged Presidential limousines, but the vehicle's chassis and driveline are sourced from the Chevrolet Kodiak commercial truck. Many body components are sourced from a variety of Cadillac vehicles; for example, the car uses Cadillac Escalade headlights, side mirrors and door handles. The tail of the car seems to use the taillights and back up lights from the Cadillac STS sedan. Each limousine is assumed to cost US$300,000.

Source: wikipedia.org


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