Gulfstream launches its new private jet – G700, which offers significantly more cabin space …
Although on paper those extra ten feet of space compared to its predecessor, the G650, seem like a trifle, in reality, things are quite different. The plane has got its new bedroom, which comes with a private bathroom and comes as the ultimate convenience of a private jet. In this model, considered the largest private jet in the world, the bedroom was created as a hiding place, offering a magnificent, one-button, one-touch bed that also automatically controls the lighting and shading of windows. In a dimly lit bedroom, passengers on this plane can enjoy equally gentle music, making the ambiance more like a luxury hotel suite than a private jet.
The magnificent cabin of this new aircraft has small, clever details, as well as a commitment to biofuels, used by next-generation Rolls-Royce Pearl 700 engines. The sensibility of the interior of this aircraft is visible on all sides, with magnificent curves that are pleasing to the eye, as well as an infusion of natural light that offers something completely new and special.
The plane is divided into five chestnut-clad zones, with black ebony details, while the oval and windows give you the opportunity to enjoy magnificent views and shed quite enough natural light. At the front of the plane, there is a kitchen clad in Casablanca marble, accented with black painted cabinets and a leather-lined loggia that makes it look really elegant.
The long kitchen island in combination with the stainless steel sink provide outstanding work space, along with an abundance of storage units, a conventional oven and microwave. This can also easily be the first private jet in which owners can bring their private chefs to prepare their favorite meals on the spot.
The six-seat zone easily transforms into the dining area, while the G700 has a few more kits in its sleeve. There is an automatic mobile phone charger in the wood table inlaid wood, while many similar technological details are found in the rest of the interior.
In the entertaining area is a 43-inch screen that is otherwise packed in a sideboard, while light and windows automatically dim when activated. Speakers are absent from this design, while surround sound is designed by transducers hidden behind wall panels.
Priced at $75 million, this airplane will offer you everything you ever wanted, but much more than that, becoming your unique hiding place in the sky.