Lengthy luxury: Bulletproof Rolls-Royce may be the world's most expensive limo
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When a country is led by a democratic government, a lot of the leader's time is taken up by attempting to pass laws and such in parliament, something that dictators don't have to worry about.
Deciding on which uber-luxurious vehicle you want to roll around in is one activity that can kill some time, and while the likes of Kim Jong Un opt for the standard Mercedes-Benz fleet, others push the boat out a little further.
If one of these dictators give the boat a hefty shove, they might end up with this thing, a 7-metre long Rolls-Royce Phantom limo that can withstand bullets and small explosions.
Buying a Rolls-Royce from the factory is an expensive thing to do, and as you can imagine, buying a modified one, such as this, is an even more painful experience.
To get your hands on one of Klassen's modified Phantoms you're looking at no less than $5 million to get your foot in the door. This will put you on the waiting list, and the limo will turn up about six months later.
In order to increase the interior entertaining space inside the Phantom, Klassen has extended the wheelbase by over a metre to 4,822mm. On top of this, it has been given a B7 ballistics protection rating, allowing it to withstand gunfire and explosions.
Speaking of entertaining, an iMac multimedia centre takes care of the audio and visuals inside, alongside a Bang & Olufsun premium sound system.
In factory form, the Phantom is an absolute unit, and tips the scales at over 2.6 tonnes. Klassen hasn't given an exact figure, but we'd guess that the extension has pushed it well over 3 tonnes.
Despite this added mass, the engine has stayed in factory form, but the 6.7-litre twin-turbo V12 with its 900Nm should have no trouble pushing this land yacht along.