Even if it hasn't been "PhotoShop enhanced," think about how uncomfortable it would be to enter and exit if you weren't sitting right near the door. Overall, I think stretch limos are pretty awkward rides, despite their supposed snob appeal. If you're sitting anywhere other than in the standard, forward-facing back seat, you've got to be a bit of a contortionist getting in and out. My wife's got replacement knees, and while most of the time they don't affect her mobility at all, limos can be a bit of a challenge (not that we're in them that often).
A couple times recently when I've been in business meetings with a group of people and we were taken back to the airport in a "limo," the vehicle turned out to be one of those small busses that carries 12 or 14, but painted black and nicely appointed with a bar, etc. Nobody will turn their heads or get jealous when it goes by, but you can stand up in it, and you have a lot more usable space to be comfortable, move around, etc.
This isn't a photoshop enhancement. There are several of these, although the body is metal instead of the standard fiberglass.
Here are interior photos of the white one:
I love to take limos to the airport or cruise terminal. No fighting with traffic etc. You get priority treatment and it sure makes it less hassle than taking your own vehicle and no stress about LEAVING your vehicle for the time you are away.
I like limos, too, epsecially when returning frm a foreign country and you're jet lagged. No worries about falling asleep at the wheel or struggling with a lot of luggage. Wish it weren't so expensive, though! We use limos rarely, unfortunately.