Seated in the swanky interiors of your BMW you are used to race smoothly over the roads, right? Its time for you to smile as BMW’s Los Angeles studio, DesignworksUSA, has teamed up with the Brazilian jet manufacturer Embraer. Obviously to re-do the interiors and not the machinery. So now you can own a jet with the same interior that you are used to but at thousand feet above the sea-level. . This interior, which follows up cabin designs for Embraer’s Phenom 100 and Phenom 300, is intended for the company’s line of medium-range jets. It features a full galley and lavatory and a very Teutonic, tech-heavy lounge-style cabin with lay-flat seats, deployable tables, and muted lighting. The Phenom 300 pictured here should be one of the first to get the BMW interior, expected to take to the skies in 2009. The $6.65 million (plus) jet flies at 41,000 feet and has a range of 2,078 miles.
When BMW Group DesignworksUSA announced about the aircraft design for Embraer, it caused quite a stir at this year’s National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) aircraft show in Atlanta.