Whose limo’s longer? Putin’s brand-new inauguration limousine vs. Trump's 'Beast'
Journalists mention more high-power engine in Aurus.
The US presidential limousine, aka 'The Beast', which Donald Trump takes, lags behind Vladimir Putin’s Cortege fleet limo, the American edition of Newsweek pens.
Journalists mention more high-power engine in Aurus. Putin's new limousine is reportedly packing with the V12 engine, while 'The Beast' is supplied with V8, Russian News Agency reports. 7.5 tons for 'The Beast' would make it heavier than the six tons Aurus has been estimated to weigh.
At the same time, the edition reports the sequel to 'The Beast.' It may hit the streets this summer. $15 million has been allocated to improve the presidential limo.
Putin's limo is much lighter and more powerful than the American one
The new Russian-made limousine carrying Russian president-elect Vladimir Putin drives prior to an inauguration ceremony at the Kremlin in Moscow on May 7, 2018. Presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov said that the head of state gave fiat to this car. According to the Russian News Agency, Mr. Putin gets on with this limo.
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