Aznom Palladium reveals interior elements of a luxury hyper-limousine

Aznom Palladium reveals interior elements of a luxury hyper-limousine

November 14, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

Tuning studio Aznom Palladium, which is creating a “hyperlimousine” from a full-size Ram 1500 pickup, has published a photo showing the rear sofa of its new product.

You may remember the recent presentation of the Aznom Palladium, which is essentially a heavily upgraded version of the Ram 1500 pickup. This car was decided to be turned into what the company calls a “hyper limousine.” Now the guys are releasing a new photo that allows you to better see the back seat of the resulting car.

The giant limousine features a small display on each of the four seats that allows passengers to control a variety of functions, including temperature, seating position, lighting, refrigerator and storage boxes.

For maximum comfort, there is an independent air conditioning system in the rear, while passengers control the temperature for their side.

Aznom says the Palladium salon Aznom Palladium reveals interior elements of a luxury hyper-limousineis inspired by luxury yachts. There is a massive bench in the back seat that gives passengers “all the legroom a person could ever need.” The company covers the interior with a variety of high quality materials such as textured leather, polished metal and wood.

The dashboard is very similar to the original full-size Ram 1500. Details such as the gauges, gear lever and infotainment screen are entirely borrowed from the pickup.

The exterior has a unique look, combining SUV and sedan styling elements. The strangest aspect of the design is at the rear, where the rear deck slides out like a drawer to access the cargo hold. The machine, which has a length of 5,960 mm, also received an illuminated false radiator grille.

Under the hood is a 5.7-liter twin-turbo V8 developing 700 horsepower (900 Nm). The transmission consists of an eight-speed automatic transmission with four-wheel drive and an electronically locked differential. The company believes that a large car can accelerate to 100 km / h in 4.5 seconds and reach a top speed of 210 km / h.

Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote about the bulletproof limousine Range Rover. Tuning company Klassen has decided to turn the Range Rover SUV into a bulletproof limousine. The most expensive version of this car will cost 750,000 euros