Gulfstream Showcases Luxurious Interiors For G650 Business Jet

One of the foremost names in business aviation industry, Gulfstream, has now unveiled details in regards to the interiors of the company’s biggest business jet, the Gulfstream G650, showcasing the best and the most luxurious interiors on a business jet. The G650 business jet has been designed and developed to provides its occupants and owners with the best of aviation technology as well as the most luxurious comfort a business jet can offer. Gulfstream G650 is powered by Rolls-Royce BR725 engines and whiz across the skies at an incredible Mach 0.925.

The incredible G650 features a 53-foot-long cabin and the cabin itself has been designed to enable the passengers to let go of their fatigue and carry on with their work unhindered. The cabin of the G650 comes with 16 extra-large 28-inch-wide windows, maximum cabin altitude of 4,850 feet and has been engineered to provide low sound levels, thereby avoiding any disturbance to the occupants. The ultra luxurious interiors of this magnificent business jet, showcase electronic seats with heated cushions and back massage. Furthermore, the large cabin of this business jet can accommodate up to 18 people and can easily be configured for four-place conference table with a maximum occupancy rate of 6 people. Gulfstream has also ensured that the G650 is up to date with the latest in safety and security features, as G650 comes with Enhanced Vision System (EVS) II and Head-Up Display (HUD) II.  Also the cockpit of this fabulous business jet has been crammed with the latest in aviation safety technology, featuring Automatic Emergency Descent Mode, 3-D weather radar, Advanced Flight Controls etc.

Gulfstream is expected make the delivery of the all new G650 in the year 2012 and this incredible business jet carries a price tag of a whopping $64 million.

Via Robb Report

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