What's the fun in springing for a VIP jet if it's got the same boring interiors as everybody else's private ride?
This is more of what you want: a slick envy-inducing cabin crafted by the makers of Italian supercar Atelier Pagani Automobili.
Dubbed the Infinito, this showstopper is available on the Airbus ACJ319neo – a corporate version of the A319neo which sells for US$99.5 million (A$133 million) excluding the cost of the Infinito interior.
(Airbus hasn't shared how much extra all this five-star lushness will set you back.)
A standout feature of the Infinito cabin is its 'sky ceiling' – a HD video panel wrapping across the top of the cabin which can show a live view of the sky above the aircraft into the cabin, or display other images.
The Infinito interior is divided into discrete areas including a lounge, dining room and cinema, each separated by transparent dividers which can be made opaque at the touch of a button.
The ACJ319neo can fly eight passengers up some 12,500km (7,800 miles) or 15 hours non-stop, allowing you and your friends plenty of time to enjoy décor drawn from Pagani hypercars, of which the company produces just 45 bespoke model each year: sculpted metal and carbon fibre in furniture and wall-frames contrasting against leathers and woods.
"Art and science can walk together hand in hand: this is the Pagani philosophy" explains Horacio Pagani, founder & Chief Designer of Pagani Automobili SpA.
"Applying our Reinassance touch into the wider spaces of Airbus corporate jet cabins is the beginning of an exciting new venture for us."