The 5 Biggest Cars In The World: A Deep Dive

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When it comes to vehicles, is the bigger, the better? Well, considering how pickup trucks keep on ballooning in size over the years, it’s safe to say that many people value size as a top quality for their vehicles. Plus, pulling up the curbside with a larger-than-usual car will undoubtedly catch the attention of many.

For making a list of the biggest car in the world, the obvious choices would be bespoke large cars and limousines. There are also monstrous crawler transporters and bucket-wheel excavators that are simply awe-inspiring. However, for this list, we’ll focus on actual large cars that are more mass-produced than massive industrial vehicles.

For today’s post, we highlight some of the biggest cars in different segments (not just SUVs and trucks). Let’s take a look.

1. 2020 Ford Super Duty LWB Crew Cab

The 2020 Ford Super Duty LWB Crew Cab represents the company’s dedication to pushing the pickup truck’s capabilities and technology limits. Bigger trucks have always been popular with consumers. Still, the 2020 Ford Super Duty LWB Crew Cab takes the cake as one of the largest commercial trucks available without crossing the military specifications.

With that said, the Ford Super Duty LWB Crew Cab has a wheelbase of 160 inches and a length of 266.2 inches. However, as you might expect, the 2020 Ford Super Duty LWB Crew Cab is not just a size monster but also a towing beast. This pickup truck has a maximum fifth-wheel towing capacity of 32,500 lbs and can carry about 6,200 lbs in its loading bay. Moreover, the Super Duty boasts a Power Stroke diesel 6.7-liter V-8 engine capable of 475 horses and a class-leading 1,050 lb-ft of torque.

Overall, the 2020 Ford Super Duty LWB Crew Cab truly lives up to its namesake.


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2. “The American Dream”

It’s hard to talk about the biggest car in the world without mentioning the actual longest car ever built based on the Guinness Book of World Records. Based on the 1976 Cadillac Eldorado limousines, The American Dream set the Guinness World Record as the longest car in the world in 1986.

However, in March 2022, The American Dream broke its record after years of polishing and refurbishing. Guinness World Records says this super stretch limousine can be driven on both ends. It features extreme luxury features like a swimming pool, jacuzzi, and mini-golf course, and it can accommodate 75 people.

Amazingly, the record-breaking limousine also includes a helipad structurally mounted to the car and reinforced to support up to 5,000 lbs. Reportedly, it also has telephones, refrigerators, and several TVs inside the limo, because why not? Also, the limousine is joined in the middle with a hinge, so it can actually maneuver through corners. It costs about $250,000 to restore the limousine to its current record-breaking state.

3. Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6×6

Many people may not know it, but Mercedes-Benz is known for making military-style pickup trucks. One such product is the massive and imposing Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6×6. While you probably never saw the G63 AMG 6×6 in person, this near-production-standard truck is quite a hit for many oil-rich Arabian natives.

Commonly used in dune bashing expeditions, Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6×6 boasts top-of-the-line off-road capabilities. On top of that, this beast also claims the title as the biggest car in the Mercedes-Benz lineup, with 231.3 inches in length and 87.0 inches in height. Complementing its massive size, the Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6×6 includes a bi-turbo and intercooled DOHC 32-valve V-8 engine capable of churning out 536 hp and 561 lb-ft, mated to a 7-speed automatic transmission system.

As you might expect, the Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6×6 is only available for those with deep pockets as it’s only made to order. Please feel free to check it out If you have a cool half a million lying around.


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4. 1973 Chrysler Imperial LeBaron

The 1973 Chrysler Imperial LeBaron deserves the title of the biggest car in the world, especially when it was built during a time when manufacturers raced to build the largest cars. The 1973 Chrysler Imperial LeBaron is the longest post-war, non-limousine car available with 235.3 inches of American-made steel and weighs over two and a half tons. Therefore, the Imperial LeBaron was not just a long vehicle but was also big in size and weight.

Moreover, the 1973 Chrysler Imperial LeBaron came with a 7.2-liter V8 engine as standard equipment, undoubtedly hurting its chances of surviving an oil crisis. Unfortunately, the Imperial never recovered and had to be shut down in 1975. There were some efforts to revive it as an efficient luxury vehicle, but it just couldn’t overcome inflation. In 1983, the Chrysler Imperial LeBaron was unceremoniously put to rest, essentially bringing an end to the era of “land yachts.”

5. 2023 Cadillac Escalade ESV

Speaking of land yachts, the 2023 Cadillac Escalade ESV is essentially a modern land yacht. The 2023 Cadillac Escalade ESV is the pinnacle of GM’s SUV family with a length of 227 inches, making it one of the biggest and baddest luxury SUVs whenever it’s on the block. Meanwhile, the Cadillac Escalade ESV isn’t just a long vehicle, but it features a cavernous interior as well.

Taking the massive interior space of the Suburban, Tahoe, and Yukon models, the Cadillac Escalade ESV takes it up a notch with cutting-edge technology and luxurious materials. For example, it comes with a mammoth 37-inch touch-screen, combining three OLED screens – probably more upscale than many people’s TV room setup. As if that’s not enough, Cadillac also included a best-in-class 37-speaker AKG sound system for listening to your favorite tunes.

Overall, this body-on-frame SUV defines the term top-of-the-line and definitely deserves to be called the biggest car in the world.

That wraps up our list of some of the biggest cars in production. Considering we only included five entries, it’s safe to say that this list has a lot of notable omissions. Which cars, SUVs, and trucks should have made this list? Feel free to let us know your thoughts.


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