While millions of people in Ukraine are displaced from their homes by Russian military, president Vladimir Putin is reportedly putting his feet up in one of his eight palaces.
It's not clear which one he is currently staying at, but one thing that's likely is that he's using his fleet of luxury invincible limousines to get around.
Putin reportedly owns a number of £142 million bulletproof 'monster' limos which feature luxurious interiors and even tougher safety measures.
The limos were first unveiled during Putin's fourth presidential inauguration, when they were used as transport to a lavish ceremony at the Kremlin in 2018.
The Aurus Senat limo is essentially a mobile fortress that combines luxury with 'impenetrability'. Although it looks like a Rolls-Royce, the Russian president's motor was custom-built with the help of Porsche.
However, it doesn't quite have all the high-tech features you'd expect. Putin reportedly doesn't want Android or Apple software in the vehicle due to safety concerns about spying from the West.
The interior is made of wood and lambskin, while the motor is powered by a 6.6 litre V12 engine.
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It weighs a whopping 14,330 pounds (6500kg) and is capable of protecting its passengers even if crashes underwater. It's also bomb and bulletproof, although the full details of its safety features haven't been publicly released for obvious reasons.
Putin's limo could give the US President Joe Biden's own car a run for his money.
The US president's Cadillac, nicknamed 'the Beast' has 5-inch thick military-grade armour with bulletproof tyres.
Even the fuel tank is armour coated to prevent it exploding in case of a rocket attack. It also comes with a communication system that lets the President call anyone from anywhere in the world.
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