This Neiman Marcus rose gold airplane can be yours for a mere $1.5 million
If regular private planes aren't good enough for you then, weirdly enough, today is your lucky day.
Engineers at Cobalt have recently unveiled the Valkyre-X, a gorgeous aircraft made for those with polished taste -- and yes, it comes in actual rose gold.
Don't be fooled by the planes pretty-in-pink exterior, because there is so much more to it than just its looks.
As per Neiman Markus's website:
The Cobalt Valkyrie-X, brainchild of aerospace engineer and Cobalt founder David Loury, will be one of the fastest piston aircraft in the world when it debuts in 2017. With a shape that is raindrop sleek and a 350-horsepower engine, the Valkyrie-X will whisk its pilot and three passengers along at speeds of up to 230 miles per hour, with a range of up to 1,150 ground miles.
This is a premium way to fly: The main structure is high-performance carbon composite, the flight controls feature full pushrod-bellcrank precision mechanisms, and the retractable landing gear is machined from solid alloys of aluminum and stainless steel. The private-club interior boasts hand-stitched leather seats and suede-like Alcantara, plus plentiful storage for golf clubs, skis, and suitcases. The shapely Valkyrie-X, inspired by classic fighter jets and built entirely in California, will also have the largest one-piece canopy in the world, providing breathtaking vistas for pilot and passengers alike.
If, after reading that, you were worried the inside of the luxury plane would be disappointing, then we can reassure it's just as grand as the rest of the craft.
"The seats? Exclusive cream leather, surrounded by a just-for-us color scheme for the sumptuous beige-and-taupe headlining and anthracite carpets," reads the listing.
So, are you expecting to see this bad boy sitting in your driveway wrapped in a big red bow on Christmas morning?
Well, you should probably think again -- the gorgeous aircraft, which is part of Neiman Marcus' fantasy gift list for 2016, will set you back $1.5 million dollars.
At least billionaires looking to snag the trendy plane can feel a little better knowing that with every purchase, $200,000 will be donated to The Heart of Neiman Marcus Foundation.
Looking for a more reasonably priced gift that's still pretty lavish? Try these vacations: