Images of Aznom Palladium off-road limousine interior

Images of Aznom Palladium off-road limousine interior

October 13, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

The network published sketches of the interior of the upcoming off-road limousine Aznom Palladium.

The novelty, which will debut this month at the Milano-Monza Motor Show, will receive a rear sofa with two individual reclining backs. The manufacturer describes the chairs as very comfortable, and judging by the images, they will acquire characteristic headrests, 2-color leather and wood trim.

The rear sofa, in turn, will receive two storage compartments hidden on the sides. They slide forward to provide access to refrigerators and hidden drawers. Although there is not much information on the new model, Aznom says that the designers have paid attention to even the smallest details of the cabin. The company notes that everything is manufactured and assembled with extreme care and precision, so that the interior of the Palladium is the best in its segment. At the same time, clients will have the opportunity to completely customize the salon for themselves.

Earlier it was said that when developing the Palladium, experts drew inspiration from the executive cars of the 1930s, and also looked back at modern premium SUVs. As a result, the model will be an off-road limousine combining design elements from both a sedan and an SUV.

The novelty will receive the following dimensions: length – 6000 mm, and height – 2000 mm. Thus, the Palladium model will surpass the 2021 Cadillac Escalade ESV in size.

Aznom Palladium will be equipped with a 5.7-liter twin-turbo engine with a capacity of over 690 hp. As for the circulation of the upcoming novelty, it will be limited to 10 copies. At the same time, there is no information about the cost yet.

In addition, it was recently noted that the last limousine will be sold, in which the 35th American President John F. Kennedy drove alive. It should be emphasized that this convertible was used by the presidential family during a visit to Fort Worth in 1963.