How is the private plane commissioned by Elon Musk: the luxuries that will be included in the plane of the richest man in the world

The new Gulfstream G700 private jet that will reach Elon Musk’s hand in early 2023

Elon Musk He is still the richest person in the world. According to Forbes magazine, The net worth of all his assets is $219,000 million Thanks to the success of Tesla and his space innovations through his company, SpaceX.

It should come as no surprise that the billionaire’s life is filled with luxury, although he himself said in a TED talk with Chris Anderson that he doesn’t own mansions or yachts, and that he hasn’t taken vacations. But he admitted to owning private planes, thanks to which he could use the time and work more.

Infobae He detailed some time ago how one of Musk’s private jets was the one he got in 2004, when he wasn’t considered a billionaire yet, however, over the years the billionaire got new and better planes, and now he’s moving toward the most luxurious and modern. .

The modern aircraft contains up to 5 lounges that can be configured to suit the customer
The modern aircraft contains up to 5 lounges that can be configured to suit the customer

As Ostonia revealed, Elon Musk has placed an order for the latest Gulfstream aircraft The company that specializes in ultra-luxury private jets. G700which will replace his current G650, the plane made famous thanks to the “ElonJet” Twitter account, which has been dedicated for just over a year to track all of the billionaire’s personal jet flight.

the new G700 It will be handed over to Musk in early 2023, and as it turns out, The market price is part of $78 million. According to the manufacturer, it is the private plane “The most spacious cabin in history”It seats 19 passengers and can fly at a maximum altitude of more than 15,500 metres, surpassing other aircraft in the luxury segment.

G700 has a private room for two people with en-suite bathroom and maximum comfort.
G700 has a private room for two people with en-suite bathroom and maximum comfort.

added to it, The new aircraft can fly up to 13,890 kilometers without refueling, which would allow it, for example, to fly non-stop between Austin (Tesla’s headquarters) to Hong Kong. It’s all possible thanks Two Rolls-Royce engines that also allows you to travel to Maximum speed Mach 0.925 i.e. 1142.19 kilometers per hour.

The plane has panoramic oval windows and seats that can be converted into comfortable beds
The plane has panoramic oval windows and seats that can be converted into comfortable beds

As for amenities, the new G700 can be configured with an extension A maximum of 5 different roomsshe has two bathroomsEasily convertible seats Comfortable beds located next to the panoramic oval windows, “The Biggest in Business Aviation”; a Private room with a double bed and an en-suite bathroom; living room where the TV can be easily placed; a Kitchen with everything you need to prepare a complete meal and store cold drinks; In addition to the highest technology to enjoy all the entertainment, in fact the company offers its services Jet ConneX Ka-band Wi-Fi system that provides high-speed and reliable coverage for all travelers’ needs.

The G700 can reach a top speed of 1,142.19 kilometers per hour thanks to two Rolls-Royce engines.
The G700 can reach a top speed of 1,142.19 kilometers per hour thanks to two Rolls-Royce engines.

On the other hand, the ultra-luxury G700 is award-winning flight surface “symmetry” It offers high safety thanks to the active side control arms, and an intuitive touch screen system that is combined with on-board flight stage intelligence that reduces the burden on pilots as well as the start-up time of the aircraft.

In keeping with his status as the richest man on the planet, Elon Musk is on the cusp of acquiring one of the world’s most modern, luxurious and advanced aircraft for $78 million. Now the billionaire will be able to make the most of his time and will travel without any worries to reach his destination resting, he points out, continuing to work without interruption.

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