This concept combines private aviation and safaris
Introduced by British design studio, DesignQ, the concept of this safari plane was developed at the request of BAE Systems, a defense company, and is one of four concepts that look at how BAE146 regional jets could be repurposed.
Amongst the most unusual aspects of this concept is the outdoor terrace that opens up from the fuselage, repurposing a cargo door that could then be deployed or stowed away in minutes.
Amongst other notable features of the concept can be found a barbecue grill, marble-floor entryways as well as a functional office and a dinning table.
Featuring a lounge area, two private guest suites and crew quarters, the Avro Business Jet would be able to land on grass, gravel or sand airstrips with its four reactors located high above the ground.
Although first introduced in 2010, none of these have been built, yet DesignQ says that it could complete this transformation for about $6 million.