- Lexani Motorcars’ G-77 Sky Master looks like a typical bus, but it’s basically a private jet on the inside.
- It has multiple TVs, two separate rooms, liquor cabinets, a small kitchen, massaging seats, and 24-karat gold accents everywhere.
- The excessive G-77 Sky Master can be had for $1 million.
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The bus — offered by Lexani Motorcars, a company known for building out some of the most opulent SUVs money can buy — doesn’t have the weird-feeling fabric seats, outdated graphics, crusty cupholders, and minuscule TV screens that people normally associate with coach buses.
Instead, its interior looks like a luxurious private jet, complete with massaging seats, multiple TVs, a liquor cabinet, a Bose sound system, and 24-karat gold trim all over. Plus, Lexani Motorcars bets that those who own a $1 million bus are busy people, so there’s an included Mac, a separate “board room” with a conference table, and the ability to print, scan, and fax while on board.
Perhaps the G-77 Sky Master is for aspiring jet-setters who can’t quite afford their own plane yet, or perhaps it’s for folks with plenty of dough but a fear of flying. We may never know.
What we do know is the G-77 Sky Master is completely over the top, and definitely worth a look. See inside:
The ‘G-77 Sky Master’ may sound like a private jet …
… and it may even look like a private jet …
… but don’t let the plane-style windows and tray tables fool you.
The G-77 Sky Master is, in fact, a road-going bus built by Lexani Motorcars on a Ford F-550 chassis.
The G-77 Sky Master has plush leather seating for six.
The seats, which are upholstered in Italian leather, are heated, ventilated, and have massage functions.
They face a 65-inch TV that serves as a partition between the passengers and the driver compartment.
Passengers use a tablet to control the entertainment …
… which includes a Bose home-theater sound system.
By the control panel, there’s a refreshment cabinet that stores liquor and glassware.
And the window blinds are electronic, because doing things manually just isn’t very stylish.
A table folds down from the wall for meetings …
… and there’s also a Mac on board, along with a “business station” that allows people to fax, print, and scan on the go.
When work time is over, the couches fold out into a lounging area …
… allowing passengers to watch either of the board room’s two 49-inch TVs.
Some of the more practical elements in the bus include a kitchenette with a mini fridge, microwave, and a coffee machine that can retract into the countertop.
There’s a sparkly sink …
… and a similarly luxurious toilet-paper holder, because what else would you expect from a seven-figure bus?
There’s plenty of 24-karat gold trim around the bus for style points, along with blingy air vents …
… and seatbelts.
The G-77 may not cost quite as much as a private jet, but it doesn’t come cheap either, with an advertised retail price of $1 million.