Karlmann King

The Bentley Bentayga, Mercedes-Benz G-Class, Porsche Cayenne, Lincoln Navigator and even the upcoming Lamborghini Urus don’t have anything on the Karlmann King. The ultra-luxury SUV looks like a military-grade product from the future.

It could be featured in any superhero movie without a single person batting an eye. Its stealth-fighter-inspired design is unmistakable, uncompromising and unforgettable. For those automotive enthusiasts that demand nothing but the best, the Kalmann King is the perfect choice for you.

The King of SUVs Built Like a Tank

Weighing in at six tons, the Karlmann King uses a Ford F-550 commercial truck frame and a 6.8-liter V10 engine. Its angular exterior looks like a mix between the Batmobile, a tank and a radar-dodging stealth bomber. The vehicle is an exceptional sight to behold.

Because of the vehicle’s massive size and exorbitant weight, it tops out at 87 mph. While that might not seem like much, with a vehicle as robust and capable as this, you’ll never need to go faster than that. The Karlsmann King comes with four-wheel drive and can tear around desert dunes just as easily as it rides on smooth pavement.

The Karlmann King can handle adverse weather as well as rough terrain. The vehicle is designed to operate in temperatures as low as negative -40 to 90 degrees Celsius. Also, one of its options includes bulletproof body panels, which means it’s truly ready for anything.

A Luxurious Mobile Lounge

The Karlmann King isn’t just tough, though, it’s luxurious, too. The interior features high-class materials including leather, Alcantara, gold paneling, and beautiful dark wood. Interior features include mood lighting, and a starry ceiling, widescreen TV, refrigerator, Nespresso machine, PlayStation 4, a small safe and pop-up tables for dining, working or doing whatever you please.

The feature list is long, but buyers can get basically anything they want. The Karlmann King can be customized to the buyers liking. The standard model comes with seating for four and more room than you could ever need inside the cabin, but there’s also a six-passenger option if needed.

The company is made up of 1,800 people who will spend roughly 30,000 hours producing each and every Karlmann King SUV built. That said, the company only plans to build 9 of these bespoke, ultra-luxury, apocalypse-ready machines, which means your chances of getting one, even if you had the money are slim.

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