Lexani Motorcars is known for luxury conversions, and their latest project, based on the Ford F-550 is definitely no slouch.
Meet the $1-million G-77 Sky Master, which at first glance of its interior, appears to be a private jet.
Lexani’s most ambitious project to date involves the conversion of an F-550 super duty truck into a luxury coach that could also be described as a luxury RV.
The manufacturer says the G-77 Sky Master is “a rolling mosaic of utility, opulence, and comfort, at a level never before witnessed in a transporter.”
The aftermarket specialist also claims it’s “the ideal environment whether it’s for daily business purposes, busy productions, or for tranquil relaxation while traveling.”
If money is no problem, this could be the perfect mobile office for long road trips, complete with six custom power tan leather seats that have heating / massaging options, a high-tech home theatre system, 65-inch television, kitchenette, bathroom, and even a “VIP boardroom.”
This 33-foot rolling luxury suite was finished by world-class artisans’ and combines utility, opulence, and comfort, all into one.
Entertainment features include a Bose home theater sound system connected to a 65-inch Curved Ultra HD TV built-into the front cabin partition. That’s not all, obviously. Apple iPads, Mac Mini computers for video conferencing, and a 360-security monitoring system have been integrated into the vehicle’s user-controlled Control4 system.
If you’re looking to catch a snooze, at the push of a button the VIP boardroom’s two couches transform into a comfortable bed. Oh, did we mention that all of the gold you see in the kitchenette and restroom is pure 24-karat gold-plated? Now the base price may start at $1-million, but it could quickly double depending on what additional custom features you desire.
“With a blend of cutting-edge electronic technology, supple European leather seating, stunning wood amenities, a private office, 24k gold-plating, and restroom, the G-77 Sky Master is sure to be a welcome addition to any executive’s commute, or set.” Says their website