If you didn’t know that Aznom was making a vehicle they call a “hyper-limousine”, you aren’t alone. Most Americans have never heard of Aznom, a luxury car customizer. You may be hearing more about them soon.
The Monza, Italy-based company is looking to create a vehicle that can be used by heads of state that employs the opulence of luxury automobiles from the 1930s. The vehicles Aznom admires had voluminous dimensions and all-terrain capability.
Azonm says that Palladium is “without a doubt a surprising vehicle and, in the manufacturer’s intentions, is set up to fill an interesting and exclusive niche.”
The car’s design is inspired by Greek and Roman architecture.Photo courtesy of Aznom
Palladium’s designers have described the car as a “hyper-limousine” that unites the traditional characteristics of a luxury sedan with dynamic drive qualities. Aznom lists the desirable sedan features as comfort, materials and manufacturing quality, ample space, and reliability. They also describe the Palladian as “powerful, strong and unstoppable like a true all-wheel drive off-road vehicle”.
The model was designed by Alessandro Camorali and his Camal Studio, which is based in Torino, Italy. He took inspiration from classic Greek and Roman style.
The vehicle’s proportions are large. It’s nearly two meters tall and six meters long. That’s slightly bigger than the Rolls-Royce Phantom.
Aznom is committed to creating a small series of Palladium vehicles.
The official unveiling of Aznom Palladium is scheduled for the last week in October in Milan, during the Milano Monza Open Air Motor Show.