The limousine body style usually has a partition separating the driver from the rear passenger compartment.(p96) This partition includes a usually openable glass section so passengers may see the road. Communication with the driver is possible either by opening the window in the partition or by using an intercom system.
Limousines are often long-wheelbase vehicles, in order to provide extra legroom in the passenger compartment. There will usually be occasional or jump seat at the front of the compartment (either forwards-facing, rear-facing or able to face either direction).
Many nations have official state cars designed to transport government officials. The top leaders have dedicated and specially equipped limousines. Presidential state car describes the history of United States presidential limousines
Thoughtful thoughts to your inbox