Reimagined Aircraft Cabin by Pagani and Airbus Has Digital Ceiling

Reimagined Aircraft Cabin by Pagani and Airbus Has Digital Ceiling

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Airbus and Pagani (the same guys who do multi-million dollar carbon fiber hypercars) have teamed up to create a new cabin design for the ACJ319neo corporate jet. Ths cabin design, dubbed Infinito is unlike anything we've seen before, and much more impressive than the previous version.  Here's a side-by-side comparing the old and new:

Airbus Elegance cabin compared to Infinito

Outside of using carbon fiber, which we'll get to in a bit, the main feature is the digital ceiling. Not only will the ceiling display images, it can also provide a live view of the sky above the aircraft, giving the feeling of a glass roof.

Airbus Infinito cabin

From a carbon fiber perspective, you'll find the wonder material all around the cabin interior.  Here's a list of visible locations we spotted:

  • Seat frame (backs and sides)
  • Cabinetry
  • Wall-frame (surrounding glass wall splitting off living and dining room)
  • Dining/conference table (including its legs)
  • Work table surface
  • End table surface near seat
  • Stripe on the middle wall spawning entire cabin

Airbus Pagani Infinito cabin

Pagani also used their CarboTitanium material (a hybrid of carbon fiber and titanium, originally debuted in the Zonda Cinque) in the design, a material never before used in an aircraft.

Source: Airbus