Mercedes-Benz Revealed The Designs For Their Private Jet And It Beats The Hell Out Of Flying Coach

Last year, Mercedes Benz announced its partnership with Lufthansa Technik, the aviation engineer arm of the Lufthansa Group, to design the most extravagant, luxurious private jet in the air.

The designs for the aircraft have been released and show five separate rooms that consists of a kitchen, two lounge areas, a dining room, and a master suite. It is intended to carry 16 passengers, according to Business Insider.

The jet is full of sleek, large black panels on its sides that, with one flick of a switch, can turn transparent so you can see outside unobstructed.

Mercedes rolled out the designs at the Monaco Yacht Show, in conjunction with the unveiling of its $1.7 million, 46-foot yacht that will only be available to 10 buyers. The price of the jet has yet to be released, but it will likely eclipse the annual GDP of some countries.

Check out the designs below and fight off the sadness of forever having to ride coach.









[h/t Business Insider]

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