Vladimir Putin's limousine took off at the Geneva Motor Show for its European debut.
The Aurus Senate L700 entered the limelight when it delivered the Russian president to his inauguration last year.
Denis Manturov, Russian minister of Industry and Trade,
He requested "some very light amendments about," he said make it more, I would say stronger, maybe more brutal, "Manturov told reporters.
The car was designed as part of the Cortege project, implemented by NAMI (Central Scientific Automotive Research and Automotive Engines Institute) in Moscow, Russia, in 2013 to thrust Russia into the luxury market.
The interior has been focused
There is also a built-in refrigerator with Aurus-branded crystal glasses and fold-out tables with leather trim.
The car is expected to go on sale in Europe from the end of 2020 with a price tag around € 1