This is, believe it or not, the world's first-ever Ferrari stretch limo: a 23-foot 360 Modena with eight seats and the biggest electric gullwing doors we've ever seen.
It's the handiwork of Style Limousines in Manchester, which spent more than £200,000 modifying the rear-engined 360.
All eight of the seats are carbon-fibre buckets with five-point race harnesses - which might sound excessive until you discover that the 3.6-litre V8 remains, its 395bhp propelling the mega-Ferrari to 60mph in under six seconds. Could prove a challenge not to spill your cheap champagne.
Those gull-wing doors are nine-foot long and were designed by one of the teams responsible for the Mercedes SLR McLaren.