Endominium Luxor
Official promotional photo for Luxor, released on April 4, 2013, two days after the announcement of the Luxor.
Platform Endominium L Platform
Body Style Four-door saloon
Class Full size luxury car
Layout F4
Manufacturer Europäische Luxusautos in conjunction with Endominium Motors
Production April 2, 2013 - present
Model Years 2015 - present
Predecessor Endominium Project L, Endominium Carifinka GL

The Endominium Luxor is a four-door luxury saloon produced by Endominium Motors. Little is known about this car, except that it is powered by an MSX/R 6.8L V12 engine on the base model. The base-model Luxor has a starting price of $136,525.


The Luxor seems to take styling cues from the Mercedes-Benz CLA Class and the BMW F01.


The interior is high in luxury and also has a great deal of space. The air conditioning/heating vents are adjusted by taking a specialized pen (sold separately for $15), placing the tip of where you want the vent to point towards, setting which vent you want to adjust, and pressing the "ADJUST" button.


Endominium Luxor eXquisite Executive Coupe Special LXE
Platform Endominium Luxor Mahan II
Body Style Four-door saloon
Class Full size luxury car
Layout FF or F4
Manufacturer Endominium Motors
Production July 4, 2013 - present
Model Years 2015 - present
Predecessor Endominium Mahan

The Endominium Endominium Luxor eXquisite Executive Coupe Special LXE, better known and advertised as the Endominium LXE is 2+2 Coupé produced by Endominium. Originally developed as the next-generation Endominium Director, and subsequently developed as the successor to the 1996-2003 Endominium Mahan.

Project L ConceptEdit

Endominium Project L
The tail light, as posted on Endominium's Google+ page
Manufacturer Endominium
Production Unknown
Built Unknown
Production model Unknown
Inspired by Unknown, headlight is possibly inspired by the 2014 Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class
Designer Unknown, most likely Andrew Endominium

The Endominium Project L is a luxury vehicle designed to compete with the Mercedes-Benz S-Class, BMW 7 Series, and the Maserati Quattroporte V. Little is known about the car, but two teaser photos of the car were released on Endominium Motors' official Google+ page.


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