Italy’s Aznom Automotive and the Camal Studio have teamed up to deliver what looks to be one of the most opulent and unusual luxury cars in a long time.
It’s called the Aznom Palladium and it’s described as “the unconventional all-terrain luxury”. Measuring 6 meters (19.7 feet) in length, the Palladium is a cross between a super luxury sedan and an SUV, combining a three-volume bodywork with a generous ground clearance.
The bodywork is said to be built using techniques from the past, such as beating the steel panels by hand. As far as the styling is concerned, the Palladium features a front end that reminds of a Rolls-Royce because of the similar grille and headlights. We don’t know whether or not it features suicide doors as well, but the side view is arguably the most controversial.
The unconventional all-terrain luxury. Get ready for it.6 metres lenght – 680HP – Twin Turbo – 2WD+4WD
That’s because of the massive C-pillar that sits above what could very well be the most pronounced haunches we’ve ever seen. As for the rear, the Palladium features slim taillights spanning the entire width of the vehicle, a sports car-like rear screen and a massive diffuser incorporating two squared-off exhausts.
According to Aznom, there’s a twin-turbo engine (most likely a V8) under the hood producing 680 PS (671 HP). The company also says the Palladium is “2WD+4WD”, although it hasn’t provided details. As with some of Aznom’s past projects, this giant SUV sedan is likely based on an existing vehicle, although its identity is anyone’s guess at the moment.
All we know is the project started two years ago and is currently in the final phase of production, with the Aznom Palladium’s debut planned for September.