Everything You Need To Know About The Presidential State Car: The Good And The Bad


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When the next president of the United States is sworn into office in January 2017, there is a chance that he or she will be getting a sweet new ride to go along with his or her newfound responsibilities as leader of the free world. The Department of Homeland Security has released a proposal to solicit bids from major domestic automobile manufacturers to build the next presidential state car. Although President Barack Obama’s current limo, a custom-made vehicle by General Motors and christened a Cadillac, has been dubbed “The Beast”, the model still possesses flaws that could be taken advantage of should anyone decide to plan an attack on the president.¬†While we await for the design makeover to hit the news, let us take a look at The Beast and see how it could be made better.


Wikipedia
Wikipedia

President Obama owns a small collection (12) of this massive Cadillac. Each of these cars, in its own highly classified motor pool, is valued at over $1 million. Each car travels with their own mechanic, an armed federal agent who carries a vast aresenal of electronic diagnostic devices and tools.



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