If Rolls-Royce can make a Year of the Dragon special edition Phantom, then why can't Dartz do the same? And if Rolls can sell out the entire run of $1.2 million sedans, then why can't Dartz do the same for 12 Prombron Black Dragons priced at an estimated 50,000,000 Chinese renminbi ($7.4 million U.S. greenbacks)?

Dartz said its research revealed that Chinese buyers want something "Bigger and More expensive than [the] neighbours car." They'll find it in the Black Dragon Prombron a "mobile business" limo that joins another "business pullman called The Dictator that will arrive in Spring."

The Black Dragon is two feet longer than the standard Prombron, has one door on the left side and three on the right, lead plate for safety due to "memories of Fukushima," a 42-inch television, a piano lacquer floor and logos in diamonds, gold and rubies. For starters.

Follow the jump for another signature press release from Dartz and a video of the behemoth that prowls an autocrat's dreams.

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DARTZ is next after Rolls-Royce and some other companies presented their Dragon Year cars in 2012.
After start at Chengdu Motorshow 2011 DARTZ got unwaited feedback, and also understand chinese market trends which are plain and easy: Bigger and More expensive than neighbours car.

Following these trends DARTZ designed so called pullman-saloon, or just business limo for chinese market. This car is one of two models of "mobile business" cars which will be launched by DARTZ this year. Other - "The DICTATOR" business pullman planned to present with same name movie this spring.

Top 12 features of new car:
1. Longer on 600 mm than regular car.
2. 3+1 door formula
3. Diamond, gold and rubies dragon badge.
4. Silver plated chinese style relings.
5. Silver plated chinese style fenders with dragon.
6. Satellite TV.
7. WiFi in car.
8. 3D 42' Phillips Aurea TV for passenger
9. Black piano interior and floor, with encrusted dragon.
10. Bullet wheels with dragon logo.
11. LEAD ZEPPELIN package (memories of Fukusima) which include Pb inserts inside metal sandwich and 20 inch special Pb glass.
12. Electrochromic passenger glasses and roof.

It is planned to make only 12 black matte dragon cars, which will be available from DARTZ dealer in China - Tangshan Shengshi International Autopark - www.kombat.com.cn. Estimated price RMB 50,000,000.

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      No whale penis, no sale.
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      I can only hope the bullets in the wheels are live ammo and they go off while the car is in motion, guaranteeing the destruction of every one of these monstrosities made
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      Aside from the horrendous vehicle itself, the camera work and CG renderings are terrible.
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      The person who drives this car should got to jail for selfish abuse of the environment.
      Harold Thomas
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      Pimptastic! I can't wait to cut one up for my rap video!
      Eduardo Maal
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      I'd like to have one, so I could drive all you haters off the road! Hahahahah I'm kidding, its a ridiculous car. But its damn cool!
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      Guess where all the NBA saleries will be going. What a complete lack of taste. When did West Coast Customs start a new brand? Please kill it with FIRE!!! Gun fire will do it comes with its own byllets.
      Prince David
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      this truck is out of control and I want it!
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        Yes, because beating a stranger would definitely prove you are not overcompensating for anything.
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      Too many Freudian jokes to make. Let me guess, it runs on........rocket fuel? I think the project code name for this was Napoleon.
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      Another hit from my favorite car manufacturer!
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