January 17, 2021

What is a hyper-limousine? Aznom Automotive claims to have the answer



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Aznom Automotive

Aznom Automotive, an Italian design house that specializes in bespoke customization, is to launch a new all-terrain luxury sedan or “hyper-limousine” in October.

The Aznom Palladium, teased in these images, is said to be “inspired by the great sedans used by heads of state and by the opulence of luxury automobiles from the thirties, with their voluminous dimensions and all-terrain capacity.”

The Palladium will certainly be voluminous as the company says it will be six and half feet tall and almost 20 feet long, dwarfing the likes of the Bentley Bentayga, Lamborghini Urus and Rolls-Royce Cullinan.

Aznom Automotive has previously created a series of accessories in leather and carbon for cars such as the Pagani Zonda and has designed a variety of one-off custom vehicles from the tiny Fiat 500 and Caterham Seven to Land Rover Defenders and McLarens. The Palladium is rather more

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Trump claims credit for electric vehicle incentives his administration opposes

President Trump claimed during Tuesday’s debate that his administration has given “big incentives” to electric cars, despite a consistent push from his White House to pull the plug on federal tax credits for the vehicles.



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“I’m okay with electric cars, too. I’m all for electric cars,” Trump said during a climate change segment within Tuesday night’s debate. “I’ve given big incentives to electric cars, but what they’ve done in California is just crazy.”

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Trump didn’t go into detail, but he was likely referring to Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s commitment last week to require 100% zero-emissions vehicle sales in the state starting in 2035, essentially banning the sale of new gas-powered cars by that year.

The president’s claims that he supports electric car incentives don’t hold up, however. The White House has repeatedly sought to kill tax credits, which offer consumers a $7,500

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