40,000 hours of work were needed to transform Learjet’s jet into a unique luxury sedan that can be used on public roads in the United States. The result is an airline sedan, which arrives for auction in May at an unknown price.
An American from Oregon and his team spent the last 15 years in the planning and preparation – jet passenger aircraft on wheels. This unusual vehicle is a combination of a small jet of Learjet brand and a chassis made up of several donor cars.
A total of over 40,000 hours of work were spent on making this Learmuzina, and two years went into research and planning alone. The design is unique in the world and patented, and the vehicle is even legal for road trips in the US, although the author says his primary purpose is to show at exhibitions and various events.
The aircraft-sedan is 12.8 meters long and 2.4 meters wide. The hull, vertical stabilizer and jet engine housings were retained from the aircraft, while the 8.1 liter Chevrolet Vortec V8 engine was powered by a 400-horsepower engine. From the “jet engines” can hear sounds similar to those of this aircraft. The sedan rides on 28-inch tires.
Inside, everything exudes modern technology and luxury: four driver assistance cameras, a bunch of decorative lighting, a 17 kW audio-video system, a 42-inch TV, leather seats …
Learmuzina will be offered for sale at an auction scheduled to take place in Indianapolis May 9-11. This vehicle also comes with a 13.5-meter transport trailer as well as a 2015 Chevrolet 2500 pickup truck. The starting and expected prices for this auction have not been announced.