The Aznom Palladium is a limited production luxury all-terrain limousine. Some say it looks ugly, a Rolls-Royce knock-off, while others say the Palladium is tastefully eccentric. Underneath the cartoon-villain premium exterior is the DNA of a Ram 1500 pickup truck.
The body features real chrome, a carbon fiber hood and roof, bulging fenders, and an encapsulated rear-end instead of a truck bed. This vehicle is designed to chauffeur rear passengers in total comfort over various terrains. Inside, the large infotainment screen is the biggest clue to the Ram 1500 heritage. The Palladium’s interior features plush leather upholstery with wood and aluminum accents. Instead of traditional captain’s chairs, rear passengers sit on a sofa-like bench seat in a luxurious cabin outfitted with a liquor cabinet.
The Aznom Palladium is powered by a twin-turbo 5.7-liter Hemi V8, sending 700 horsepower to its four-wheel-drive system. The traditional tailgate is replaced with a retractable drawer that extends horizontally for storage. Aznom plans on building only 10 Palladiums and has not disclosed how much this described “hyper-limousine” will cost.