It’s not unusual for car manufacturers to branch out into other areas of design. Porsche has an entire range of clothing and watches. They even have a boat, as does Aston Martin. But now, hypercar creators Pagani have raised the bar. They’ve turned their hand to aeroplane cabins with their latest project dubbed Infinito.
Pagani adopted a similar approach to that of their cars, so there’s plenty of exotic materials including carbon fibre, brushed aluminium and exquisite leather. As you would expect, the results are stunning. Pagani’s Italian styling takes the already luxurious Airbus ACJ320 to a whole other level. The ACJ320 is said to have both the widest and tallest cabin spaces on the market, but Pagani used long curves and smooth shapes that further the planes spacious feel.
This state of the art cabin features materials never before seen the sky such a Pagani’s carbo titanium. The floor is a contrasting wood compared to the usual cheap carpet you find on most planes. “Applying our Renaissance touch into the wider spaces of Airbus corporate jet cabins is the beginning of an exciting new venture for us.” Said founder of Pagani, Horatio Pagani.