Mercedes-Benz decided to one-up other attendees at the Monaco Yacht show by not just debuting its yacht, but for its VIP plane as well.
The luxury car maker worked with a Lufthansa subsidiary, Lufthansa Technik, to design the plane’s interior. The plane design is developed for a medium-haul plane like the Airbus A320 and fits 16 people.
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First, a closer look at the overall layout of the plane. As you can see, it comes with five separate zones that consists of a kitchen, two lounge areas, a dining room, and a master suite.
When you walk into the front of the plane, you will see an area with a kitchen as well as some additional seating. The kitchen area has a mini bar and comes with an electric stove top.
As you walk toward the back of the plane, you will first see a small area with a seat and desk before entering the first lounge. That black panel you see can turn transparent with the flick of a switch if you want to look outside.
The next room is the dining area and comes with a wraparound couch with a central table. Mercedes refers to it as a 'yacht deck divan,' showing how the interior design plays off Mercedes' yacht design for the Monaco Yacht Show.
Now for the best room on the VIP plane: the entertainment zone. It comes with a more roomy wraparound couch and a smaller, coffee table.
That wraparound couch faces a TV screen that is integrated into a black panel. You could also switch the TV off and make that panel transparent to gaze at the open sky.
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