Pagani and Airbus build super luxury jet plane based on the Huayra


  • Some days back we brought you a set of images of the yatch created by Bugatti based on the Chiron, seems like Pagani has taken a leaf of Bugatti's book. However, they've taken their ambition to the skies. Pagani and Airbus have collaborated to build an uber luxurious jet plane.

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  • It is called the Infinito (probably a name that will have many co-relate to its price). After all, the cabin of Airbus’s eight-seater ACJ319neo jet gets a touch of personalisation from Horacio Pagani himself.

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  • Horacio's cars have so far been an astonishing amalgamation of being stupendously quick and possess absolutely exquisite detailing. So is the case with the Infinito.

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  • Just as the Huayra, the Infinito too has a lot of Pagani’s bespoke high-strength but incredibly lightweight carbon-titanium composite – carbotanium. Well, not the chassis, but the eight passenger seats, dining room tables and wall frames.

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  • The interior is similar to that of the Huayra. It has been given the same ‘chromatherapy’ LED lighting, switches and buttons, which have all been given the aluminum treatment. And there's leather, a lot of the finest leather on whatever you'll touch.

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  • And now, the most intriguing part of the jet - the sky ceiling, which gets a live projection of the outside on it. Or if the weather out there is scary, the ceiling will have a giant screensaver.

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