You may be satisfied with your base, run-off-mill RAM 1500 Lormi Longhorn. That pair of cowboy boots you bought for wedding photos got a billion bells and whistles, including the spacious quad cape with the decorative accent stitching you have … and wedding photos only. But Kern has the same perfect truck from BlueBonet PTA, and ugh. Could she have owned an F-150 King farm like the other basics?
Fear not, unbearable suburban parents! There is truly a nuclear solution to this problem, courtesy of the stunning Italian coaches at Aznom! Aznom Palladium is a sedan, so Rolls-Royce thinks it’s mixed with the dance club of the 90s — they call it the “hyper-limousine”. Nevertheless, it has the rugged air you want, based on a RAM 1500 pickup.
The once seating area now has extra space for an elaborate rear seat, fastback-style roof and a covered trunk that protrude like a large drawer.
There are plenty of knots for other hyper luxury cars that came before Asnom as vague Rolls Royce Coast-Small glowing grille verticals, Bentley-Ish curved fender flare at the rear and Rolls-Ish addition of crystal drink utensils in the rear seat. The long, wide opera window on the C-pillar is reminiscent of a brougham-Ira Lincoln Continental. The removable handmade gold and (what else?) Palladium watch is a bit like the rear passenger area above the center console. Porsche Game Chrono Dashboard nub.
The interior is precise Extra As you might expect, plenty of hidden storage cabinets, aluminum details and ridiculous rear leg room. The rear seat does not have a center console, on the contrary, for two people with seat belts it looks like a suede leather seat that fits snugly. The front-facing console-like extension includes a mini-fridge with champagne space. There are two Microsoft Surface Pro X tablets and an Addison sound system in the back of the car.
You could say that the dashboard was straight with a RAM pickup sitting in front and in the center of a vertically facing infotainment screen, but the materials it covers are fine. Palladium has front and rear climate control systems that are completely separate from each other. A control panel in the driver’s door can control the touch screen refrigerator systems, the entire vehicle’s air conditioning systems, interior lights, trunk, windows and doors, and it can open and close all interior cabinets.
This is huge. At approximately 6.6 feet tall and 19.9 feet long, your vain attempt to assert your dominance over the path abandoned by the original Russian oligarchy-style elementary school will not go unnoticed. It’s a sedan, but … no. Let’s not confuse this with the little corolla. Palladium is designed to express its “mechanical strength” to the Aznom output.
Most of the body is steel, although the hood and roof at its center of gravity are thought to be made of carbon fiber. A steel cage was added to the rear of the frame to improve the torque of the palladium.
However, you will have enough power to pull off all that ridiculous richness, tune the Monza Garage with a 5.7-liter Pitrobo engine that will put out 710 horsepower and 701-pound-foot torque. If that’s not enough, there is a custom eTorque hybrid system that you can add. This engine can only run on four-cylinder fuel storage mode.
Since it is based on a RAM, there is still a four-wheel drive. No more short-distance gears, but it comes with an eight-speed automatic transmission and electronic locking variation. It rides on 285 / 45ZR22 Yokohama Advan Sport tires on custom 22-inch aluminum wheels. The six-piston Prembo GT disc brakes are on the front and the rear has four piston disc brakes.
Palladium comes with some extra ornaments, including a piece of furniture that matches the follicle interior leather and an umbrella signed by Francisco Maglia.
This is not the first time Asnom has concluded that the RAM1500 is a good starting point for an unusually tall sedan of strange proportions. Published by the company Athulax In 2018, it had a similarly large rear seat, boat-like floor, and pop-up Nespresso engine.
But why Ram Pickup? Let me explain to Aznom leader Marcello Meragalli himself:
In fact, I was always curious about the huge American sedans made from the thirties to the early seventies or the incredible Rolls Royce and Pendilis of those times. I have always been fascinated by big vehicles. I liked the super large hoods and the imposing position of those cars. I’ve been thinking about creating something similar for a long time, even considering a “resto-mod” function on a vintage Rolls Royce. Then in 2008, Cadillac released a new one President Limousine To President Barack Obama. It’s not an “extended” vehicle, but it is built in different proportions. Starting with a mega-SUV, Cadillac developed a luxury sedan [that was] Large and imposing, but with a classic sedan ratio.
This is all for us, baby. America! Aznom’s works are actually miniature presidential limousines, like Sans Bombproof.
That being said, part of this sedan-spray is also practical. Maregalli’s other company deals with wine, which means he has been to distant vineyards for many years, where it is a priority not to get caught on bad roads or in inclement weather.
Aznom expects to produce only ten palladiums, each of which will be fully customized by the buyer like a luxury boat.
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