The Dartz Prombon Black Alligator is the latest creation from Latvia's craziest carmaker for whom the words 'Ultra Luxury' doesn't really cut it.
The Black Alligator gets its moniker from the nickname for Russia's Kamov Ka-52 military helicopter and the despotic day dream starts life as the craziest non-G-Wagen SUV in the Mercedes lineup, the GLS 63 AMG.
However, once Dartz gets their hands on the SUV, they throw almost everything out and give it the Dictator treatment to cater to its clientele.
The 5.5-litre turbocharged V8 engine gets a proper kick up its pants and can produce anything from 760 to almost 1600bhp thanks to high-flow intake and exhaust systems, stronger engine internals, larger turbochargers, and a reinforced transmission.
The external body panels of the standard Black Alligator is made from Kevlar and carbon fiber. However, for those dictators fearing assassins, Dartz does offer an armoured version which features Kevlar coated Titanium body panels.
The insides of the Black Alligator feature alligator leather seats but customers can orders the Dartz Department of Opulence (yes, that's actually the name of the customization division) to get anything from diamonds to gold on the steering wheel and everywhere else inside.
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