A Trabi with cult status and one of a kind worldwide!
The seven-meter-long Trabi stretch limousines that attract the greatest attention everywhere.
The fascinating Trabi XXL!
“Cool, that doesn’t exist!”, “Wow, what is that?”, “Great, have a look there!” The loud reactions to the Stretch Trabi could be continued at will, it doesn’t matter where or how the super-long Trabi has just been discovered. It fascinates and inspires spectators, passers-by and passengers alike. The noble XXL Trabant is so crazy, exuberant and eye-catching.
In countless hours of work, a very special luxury limousine in the style of American stretch limos was created from four original Trabi 601 and Trabant 1.1 vehicles.
The Trabi-XXL Stretch Trabi limousines “de luxe”, which steal the show like all other vehicles. A unique Nobel Trabi as a luxury limousine, which Erich Honecker would definitely have loved in the GDR. A unique, fascinating car that unites German history and unbelievable fun in Berlin, Potsdam and beyond like no other.
The unique “Stretch Trabbi” Trabi is equipped with three axles (tandem), huge sunroofs for the best view, darkened windows, romantic interior lighting, separate auxiliary heating, driver’s partition, super soft Shaggy carpet, exclusive leather upholstery, extra strong high-fidelity music system, underbody lighting and much more
Despite their length, the XXL Stretch Trabants are still original Trabants, especially in terms of width and height, and are therefore actually quite a small and cute car. So actually only suitable for up to 5 passengers in addition to the chauffeur. But of course that makes driving in these Trabi limousines so exclusive and unique again. Trabbi drive in a completely different way.
Get in the cult car and drive off
The GDR citizens previously had to wait almost 15 years to get into their Trabant – today you can get into the iconic car at any time and even drive off with us in an XXL Trabi. Experience German contemporary history on the XXL Trabi Safari Berlin and let yourself be jetted more or less rapidly through the streets of Berlin with the extra-long, unique and stretched “racing cardboard”. You will see that this is an incredible amount of fun.