In a world where cars try to look the most like their own, it is only a matter of time before someone makes a truck that looks like a car.
Italian luxury leather brand Aznom has turned the Ram 1500 pickup into a competitor to Bentley and Rolls-Royce sedans called Palladium.
Monza-based company’s custom auto division that commissioned the design after coming up with an earlier idea in 2018 called the Atalaux takes the style of a Ram 1500 with a short cap on the bed. .
Company founder Marcello Meregalli said he was inspired by the idea of the US president’s limousine, which has a sedan body on a midsize truck frame.
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As for the Palladium, the 4×4 Ram’s bodywork has been completely redesigned with a unique front spoiler, bulging rear fenders and intricate roofline.
Instead of an open bed or tailgate, palladium has sliding drawers for the trunk. The interior has been decorated with premium leather and wood and features a two-seater “throne” in the back with a cocktail table.
The power comes from a twin-turbocharged version of the Ram 1500’s 5.7-liter V8 with more than 700 horsepower, on par with the new supercharged Ram 1500 TRX high-performance truck.
The price of Palladium has yet to be announced, but only 10 will be made and the less lavish Atalux costs $ 260,000.
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