Some automotive creations are better left uncategorized and Lexani Motorcars’ G-77 Sky Master definitely fits this… category.
It’s hard to put a label on this over the top conversion yet the manufacturer had no trouble describing the 33-ft (10-meter) long vehicle as “the world’s first hyper-luxury transporter built on the Ford F-550 chassis.”
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.”
Marketing aside, the G-77 Sky Master’s “decadent” touring cabin does bring an array of comfort, luxury, and entertainment features. Where to begin? Well, there are six custom power Italian leather seats that feature heating, massage, adjustable footrests, and airline-style tray tables.
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.
Beyond the touring cabin, the massive G-77 Sky Master offers a private VIP boardroom consisting of two couches that can transform into a bed at the touch of a button. The luxurious vehicle also features a kitchenette and a restroom, both complete with 24-karat gold-plated hardware.
As you can imagine, this kind of excess does not come cheap: Lexani Motorcars will charge $1 million to build you a G-77 Sky Master.