The Johor royal family is known to be enthusiasts of many things automotive; here’s one more unique addition to the royal fleet – a stretched Hummer H2, a gift from HRH Brigadier General Tunku Ismail Ibni Sultan Ibrahim, the Crown Prince of Johor to the Johor Darul Ta’zim Football Club (JDT) for their third successive victory as league champions.

The very long H2 will be used for official management purposes, according to the Johor Southern Tigers Facebook page, and is said to be ready in time for the southern state’s football club’s victory parade on Saturday, September 24.

In addition to the Johor state flag and club crest which adorn the sides of the upsized H2, it appears to be quite the party vehicle on the inside – lounge-style seating with flamboyant application of state colours and lighting make for a celebratory environment inside.

The Johor royal family have form with one-off, customised trucks, even huge ones like this big rig commissioned for the Sultan of Johor, Sultan Ibrahim Ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar, which was the world’s most expensive truck when it was unveiled in Brisbane, Australia last year.

“This is the most luxurious truck to have been built in Australia and probably the planet,” said Mack Trucks Australia’s VP Dean Bestwick, who met with the Sultan of Johor for the big Mack’s design brief.

GALLERY: Sultan of Johor’s customised Mack big rig