Iranian officials presented the "first domestically-made hypersonic ballistic missile" on Tuesday, state-run IRNA news agency reported.
IRNA showed pictures of the missile, named "Fattah", at the ceremony attended by President Ebrahim Rahisi and commanders of Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards.
Like other hypersonic missiles, Fattah can fly at least five times the speed of sound. This makes them virtually unstoppable.
Last year, the Islamic Republic said it had built a hypersonic ballistic missile which can manoeuvre in and out of the atmosphere. Iran's Fattah missile can target "the enemy's advanced anti-missile systems and is a big generational leap in the field of missiles," state TV said.
"It can bypass the most advanced anti-ballistic missile systems of the United States and the Zionist regime, including Israel's Iron Dome," it added.
Fattah's top speed reached mach 14 levels (15,000km/h), the Telegraph reported.
The missile announcement has raised Western concerns about Tehran's missile capabilities.
Islamic State has ignored warnings from the United States and Europe and said it would further develop its missile program.
Source: The Telegraph