|For the Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars limousine, see Limo.|
The Limousine is a vehicle featured in the first Grand Theft Auto.
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The Limousine is the limo version of the Brigham, having an extended chassis, a sunroof and an antenna on the trunk.
The Limousine has several variants; in Liberty City there is only a blue Limousine, in San Andreas there is an orange version, as well as a blue version with a dragon design painted on it (this is apparently used by the Yakuza), and in Vice City there is only a red version of the Limousine.
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- Can be found in the three main cities.
- The first variant is featured in mission Heist Almighty - Phone 4, in which the player has to steal the mayoress' Limousine.
- Three pieces of the second version appears in mission Tequila Slammer - Phone 5: Mission 1, in the courtyard of Mike Tallon's mansion; they are drivable, though may despawn if they get off the screen.
- The Yakuza version is featured in two missions. In mission Mandarin Mayhem - Phone 3: Mission 2, the protagonist has to take Yakuza's rigged Limousine to Hang Yu's garage so he can disarm the bomb, and then drive it back. During mission Tequila Slammer - Phone 6: Mission 2, El Burro orders the player to destroy three Yakuza limos, and steal a fourth one.
- The third standard version of the Limousine appears in no less than ten missions. In mission Bent Cop Blues - Phone 2, the player has to hijack one, have it fitted with explosives, then pick up a stripper, and kill her by blowing up the car. During mission Bent Cop Blues - Phone 9, Deever orders the protagonist to wreak havoc on a major drug deal, and take the two limos packed with drugs. In mission Bent Cop Blues - Phone 10, a doctor has to be taken to an abortion clinic and back by a Limousine. During mission Bent Cop Blues - Phone 13, chapter-boss Samuel Deever himself has to be collected and taken to his safehouse by a limo. In mission Bent Cop Blues - Phone 15, four Limousines block the way to the park in Vice Shores, where a deal is going on between El Burro and the Rastas; jumping over or getting in any of the limos makes the gangsters attack – so they can be lured away. During mission Bent Cop Blues - Phone 16, the player has to find and steal the First Lady's Limousine, take it to a house, then to a bomb shop, and drive it back to kill the First Lady. In mission Rasta Blasta - Phone 2, the High Priest of Babylon (who is probably the President of the United States) must be killed in his Limousine. During mission Rasta Blasta - Phone 5, a Limousine at Deever's safehouse must be blown up, what will cause the building to do so. In mission Rasta Blasta - Phone 8, two limos spawn at the entrance of the graveyard upon attacking Babylon men; both will despawn when the mission is completed. During mission Rasta Blasta - Phone 10, three Limousines of Babylon must be destroyed in Vice Beach.
- The vehicle was originally called Limo. 
- Royal Stretch - A limousine appearing in Grand Theft Auto: London 1969.
- Stretch Limousine - A limousine appearing in Grand Theft Auto 2.
- Sports Limousine - Sportier variation of the Stretch Limousine in Grand Theft Auto 2.
- Dementia Limousine - A limousine variant of the Dementia appearing in Grand Theft Auto 2.
- Stretch - A recurring limousine appearing in the 3D Universe and HD Universe.
- Love Fist - Shorter, customized limousine appearing in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City.
- Limo - A limousine featured in Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars.
- Stretch E - Limousine variant of the second generation Schafter, appearing in The Ballad of Gay Tony.
- Turreted Limo - Armored and armed variant of the Stretch E featured in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of the Executives and Other Criminals update.
- Patriot Stretch - Limousine variant of the Patriot, featured in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of the After Hours update.
- Brigham - Base model.