Ram 1500 pickup truck is transformed by Italian leather company into all-terrain luxury sedan designed to rival a Rolls Royce

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Italian leather goods company Aznom has created a new luxury vehicle that re-purposes the Ram 1500 pickup truck. 

Named the Aznom Palladium, the opulent auto combines the Ram's pickup truck frame and 5.7-liter V8 engine with a lavish leather interior and stylish exterior detailing. 

Only 10 of the vehicles are being made and, while there is no word yet on price, it's believed the cost of the car will be astronomical. 

A less luxurious vehicle created by Aznom back in 2018 retailed for an eye-watering £260,000. 

It may initially appear strange to merge Ram's all-American utility with European grandeur, but HypeBeast reports that there is a new interest in uber-lavish vehicles that boast off-road capabilities.  

So, while the Aznom Palladium may rival Rolls Royce and Bentley in its style, it's able to traverse far more rugged terrain. 

Italian leather goods company Aznom has created a new limited-edition luxury vehicle named the Palladium, which re-purposes the Ram 1500 pickup truckThe pricey vehicle - which will set a buyer back around £260,000 - stylishly merges pickup truck utility with the luxuriousness of a limousineThe interior of the vehicle is fitted out with Italian leather from Aznom, as well as wood trims and the latest in touch-screen technology3/3 SLIDES

Aznom's founder, Marcello Meregalli, drew inspiration for the vehicle from the U.S. President's state car, nicknamed 'The Beast', and its no less impressive. 

According to Aznom's official website, the Palladium is 'just shy of 2 meters in height and almost 6 meters in length, positioning it unquestionably within the limousine realm.'

The front of the Palladium features a split grille and a metal surround, slightly resembling a Rolls Royce. The rear of the vehicle boasts a raised trunk that is not dissimilar from the one seen on a Porsche Cayenne SUV. 

Meanwhile, the interior comes complete with sumptuous Aznom leather and a raised 'throne' in the back seat. 

There's also an on-board refrigerator and a pull-out cocktail table, meaning passengers will be able to drink in style as they are whisked around town.  

The Palladium is a far cry from the comparatively humble Ram 1500, which is built for wear and retails for less than £30,000The rear of the vehicle boasts a raised trunk that is not dissimilar from the one seen on a Porsche Cayenne SUVAccording to Aznom's official website, the Palladium is 'just shy of 2 meters in height and almost 6 meters in length, positioning it unquestionably within the limousine realm'The interior comes complete with sumptuous Aznom leather and a raised 'throne' in the back seat4/4 SLIDES

The Palladium is finished off with the latest in technology, including two Microsoft Surface Pro X tablets and a Harman Kardon audio system. 

It's a far cry from the comparatively humble Ram 1500, which is built for wear and retails for less than £30,000. 

However, the similarities between the two vehicles become apparent as soon as one  puts their foot on the accelerator.   

The Palladium is capable of delivering more than 700 hp and a torque of 950 Nm, meaning the driver could easily imagine roaring along a U.S. highways in an all-American pickup truck. 

There's also an on-board refrigerator and a pull-out cocktail table, meaning passengers will be able to drink in style as they are whisked around town.
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