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Someone Turned the Rolls-Royce SUV Into a $2 Million Limousine

The new Rolls-Royce Phantom is easily one of the most opulent, audacious luxury cars you can buy today.

The Cullinan SUV, meanwhile, is equally as luxurious as the Phantom on which it’s based, but manages to be even bolder and brasher thanks to its size and shape. If for some reason the Cullinan isn’t ostentatious enough for you, though, then you may want to check out European limousine builder Klassen’s latest creation: the Cullinan limousine.

Klassen added about 3.3 feet (1,016mm) to the already huge Cullinan’s wheelbase in building the stretch limo version. The company can add armored panels and glass to the vehicle if the customer wishes as well, which is perfect for the billionaires, oligarchs, dictators or whichever other shady characters may find themselves in the back of this audacious stretch limo. Klassen says the interior will also be outfitted with a partition wall, wi-fi, Apple computers and iPads, a Bang & Olufsen stereo and ambient lighting.

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If you order a stretch Cullinan from Klassen today, you will receive it in about six months, according to the vehicle listing on German car-buying website Mobile.de. It will also cost you 1,800,000 euros, or just over $2 million USD. If you’re not really into SUVs, Klassen also offers limo versions of the Phantom sedan, including an extra-long 3,000,000 euro (just under $3.5 million USD) version, which you can check out at this link.

[Source: Mobile.de]