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The automotive world has never before offered so much to so many: we live in an era where super SUVs such as the Lamborghini Urus freely roam the streets, and electric cars offer more range than some gas-fed vehicles. Yes, it is truly a great time to be alive if you're into cars, and things are set to get even better now that the world's first 'hyper-limousine' is on its way. People have been stretching all sorts of supercars, including a Ferrari 360 Modena, but the Aznom Palladium is set to be the world's fastest. The hyper limo will be developed by Aznom Automotive and the Camal Studio based in Turin and will premiere at the Italian Milano Monza Open Air Motor Show from October 29 to November 2.
The car has been named after historic renaissance architect Andrea Palladio who is best known for his Roman and Greek style designs and is inspired by "the great sedans used by heads of state and by the opulence of luxury automobiles from the 1930s, with their voluminous dimensions and all-terrain capacity."
Like some of Aznom's previous builds, the Palladium will be based on a current production vehicle, and is said to measure 236 inches in length, and will sit 79 inches tall. The design of the Palladium looks very similar to contemporary Rolls-Royces, especially in the front with its slatted grille and square headlights.
Other noticeable features include a lifted ride height and black fender flares, giving it an off-road-ready appearance. As for the powerplant, all that is known is that it will sport two turbochargers and churn out 670 horsepower. Power is sent to all four wheels via an auto transmission. With only 670 hp to lug around such a large car, it is doubtful whether the Palladium will offer hypercar levels of performance, but it should blow the doors off of any other limousine. Aznom is yet to announce pricing for its monstrosity, but brace yourself for a disgusting figure.