It's easily one of the most over-the-top SUVs ever made. For starters, the six-ton behemoth's geometric lines are more than a little reminiscent of a stealth fighter jet. The apocalypse-ready machine can also operate in up to 200-degree temperatures, hence the "survival" descriptor.
Even with a roaring 6.8-liter V10 under the hood, the King's weight limits its top speed to just 87 mph. But it makes up for that weak performance spec with an ultra-luxe interior that bears more resemblance to a five-star hotel room than the inside of a car.
The custom-made example scouted by The National at the Dubai Motor Show was tricked out with a retractable wide-screen television, PlayStation 4, Nespresso machine, mini fridge, small safe, Apple TV, electrically operated pop-out tables and a rainbow of mood lighting.
A team of 1,800 people will only build 9 bepoke Kings for buyers who can cough up a cool $3.8 million.
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