Apparently, standard private jets are simply not luxurious enough for some people, which is why they opt to customize their interiors with luxurious materials. In this particular case, the interior of a Bombardier Challenger 850 was redesigned by a Canadian firm named Flying Colours Corp., whose experts decided to use carbon fiber as the main material. What’s also impressive is the fact that the finished product was delivered to the owner after just 16 weeks of work.
The design includes black and gray carbon fiber surfaces complemented by ebony hardwood veneer elements. As for the seats, they received white leather upholstery, while the divan flaunts a cherry-red look that’s bound to draw attention. For a futuristic touch, the designers added satin-finished nickel plating to some of the countertops and tables.
The Bombardier Challenger 850 features three cabin sections that are able to accommodate 16 passengers. The forward area comprises four club seats, the middle section has a meeting area while the rear section includes a half-club and a lavatory. Other highlights comprise a state-of-the-art entertainment system with 22-inch widescreen displays, as well as a Rockwell Collins Airshow 4000 system. As far as connectivity is concerned, a SwiftBroadband system makes sure that in-flight phone calls and wireless internet are always available.