Hoveizeh cruise missile (range 1350km):
In 2015 the Soumar LACM was unveiled by Iran with a range of 700km. In early 2019 the latest generation of Iranian LACM, the Hoveizeh (photo above and video below) was unveiled, with an upgraded range of 1350km. The Soumar had a claimed accuracy of <50m CEP (Hoveizeh presumably has at least the same accuracy).
The Soumar/Hoveizeh are based on the Soviet Kh-55, an air-launched nuclear-capable cruise missile built by the Soviets in the '80s. Iran is believed to have acquired a small number of Kh-55 missiles in 2001, which it has tried to reverse engineer and convert into LACM (because Iran lacks the bombers needed for the air-launched Kh-55). The original Kh-55 had a range of 2500km, but this was initially limited to 700km with the Soumar due to Iran's difficulties in building domestic turbofan engines. In 2019, with the unveiling of the Hoveizeh Iranian generals said that these problems had been resolved (hence the 93% increase in range).
The 1350km range allows Hoveizeh to be used to complement BMs in any attacks against regional targets (including Israel, which is approx 1200km from Iran), diversifying Iran's method of attack and creating additional problems for any defending force.