ZIL-114 was a car from ZIL introduced in 1970 to replace the former ZIL-111 series which was gradually becoming out of date.
In almost all respects, the ZIL-114 improved on the 111, 111A and 111G models. The engine, still a ZIL-designed and built pushrod V8, was increased in capacity from 5980 cc (365 cubic inches) to 6962 cc (425 cubic inches), with the result being an increase in power by 30 percent and of maximum speed from around 170 km/h (106 miles per hour) to 200 km/h (124 miles per hour). The outdated styling of previous ZILs was also gone, to be replaced by more modern styling, especially at the front where the cross-hatched radiator grille was discarded for a mesh style. The headlamps also showed a major development with four circular headlamps replacing the twin headlamps in the front wings.