Aznom has published a new detail and photo gallery of their newest product which is known as Palladium. The full-size luxury SUV has a very unusual look because it is a mixture of a pickup, SUV, and a sedan car. The Aznom Palladium is actually based on Ram 1500 truck and its technical parts like engine and transmission are also drive from the Ram.
The Italian bespoke car manufacturer has done some upgrades over the standard Ram 1500 like using new turbochargers from BorgWarner, new pistons, connecting rods, valve spring, camshaft, head gasket, new injectors, new exhaust system, and new driveshaft.
Palladium also benefits from a cylinder deactivation system that can shut off up to four cylinders in some conditions in order to improve fuel economy.
The 5.7-liter V8 engine now can produce 700 hp and 950 nm of torque that enables the SUV to hit 100 km/h in 4.5 seconds. The top speed is also limited to 210 km/h.
For stopping this beast, the car uses 6-piston calipers front and 4-piston calipers at the rear. Palladium also uses a different suspension system compared to the standard Ram 1500 which is 30 mm lower.
Aznom hasn't released the pricing for the palladium yet but it is going to go on sale in the Middle East, China, Russia, and the U.S.