Gulfstream Introduces ‘Elite’ Interiors

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Friday, November 4, 2011 - 10:15am

Gulfstream Aerospace has unveiled “Elite” interiors for the G550 and G450. The extra-cost package incorporates much of the look and feel of the interior for the new ultra-long-range G650 and includes the wireless Gulfstream Cabin Management System (GCMS).

The GCMS provides complete digital cabin control through on-board touch screens, touch switches and passenger controls units, as well as via passengers’ mobile devices that have been loaded with the GCMS app. The Elite interiors also feature 27-inch-wide executive club seats that have telescoping headrests, one-touch full-flat berthing and electric lumbar controls. Customers will be able to choose from a wide variety of textiles, leathers and finishes. Elite interiors will be installed at Gulfstream Savannah [Ga.] and will start at approximately $1.5 million.

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