This is the long-wheelbase Hyundai Equus saloon, which will cost £70,000 when it goes on sale in South Korea.
It is the most sophisticated, powerful and expensive Hyundai yet with power coming from a 5.0 litre V8, which produces almost 400bhp and 370lb-ft of torque.
Other features include the worlds first electrically adjustable footrests in the rear, and the Korean Limo is said to offer unparalleled levels of space and luxury with electronically adjustable and massaging seats all round.
It is up to 310mm longer than its competitors meaning more leg room, and is also more powerful than rivals such as the Lexus LS460L and Merc S500L.
Hyundai is offering bulletproofing as an option, something which the Korean president has elected for on all three of his recently ordered Equus’s.