BMW Outfits Boeing 787 Cabin For Fictitious Tycoon

The already luxurious Boeing 787s—which have beds, couches, and are designed for the super rich who fly everywhere—may get an even fancier upgrade. Boeing made a call to BMW's DesignworksUSA group to model them up a fancy interior for an imaginary super-rich Russian client in his mid-30s. The result? An interior that's more upscale luxury condo than the prison cell seats we're all used to flying.

In it, you've got a bar, many couches, beds, meeting rooms, stairs, some more couches, and even a place to house your BMW for when you get off. This is the way Bond would fly. If he could blow $15 million of his government's money on a poker game, he can afford a fancy plane.

BMW presents Bond-style 787 cabin concept for Russian tycoon [Flightglobal]

BMW Outfits Boeing 787 Cabin For Fictitious Tycoon

BMW Outfits Boeing 787 Cabin For Fictitious Tycoon

BMW Outfits Boeing 787 Cabin For Fictitious Tycoon

BMW Outfits Boeing 787 Cabin For Fictitious Tycoon

BMW Outfits Boeing 787 Cabin For Fictitious Tycoon