Irate fans who want the Cowboys thrown under the bus for missing the playoffs the last three seasons should know it will be done in style.

The team’s new high-profile acquisition, dubbed “The Elegant Lady,” is scheduled to arrive in Indianapolis on Tuesday for the NFL scouting combine. The Prevost Marathon Coach will be waiting to squire owner Jerry Jones and his staff around town once they arrive by plane.

Club officials are tight-lipped on the cost. But this model lists for $1.5 million to $2.5 million, depending on how it’s finished out.

Anyone who has seen the subtle and often expensive touches the Jones family incorporated into Cowboys Stadium can assume this project also pushes the upper end of the scale.

The luxury bus made its debut this month in New Orleans for the Super Bowl. Former Cowboys star Larry Allen sat on one of its three plush couches, watching one of the vehicle’s nine TV screens, as he learned he will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Since the bus was parked, driver Emory Tyler was able to slide a portion of the cab out an extra foot to give Allen a little more leg room.