Lexani turns a Ford F-550 into a crazy 33ft luxury wagon
We have already seen the Ford F-550 get converted into an armored SUV more than once (search for ‘Karlmann King’ and ‘Terradyne Armored Vehicles Gurkha’ if you missed it). Both are fine in their own way, but neither hold a candle to what Lexani Motorcars just unveiled. Meet the G-77 Sky Master, a mind-boggling estate/wagon/bus/stretch limo that was allegedly conceptualized as a mobile study.
In our opinion, the truck looks much more like a motorhome than an office or a study. Sure, there is a spacious room that lends itself to conference hall purposes, a 65-inch TV that you could use for presentations, and a few other things the rich and powerful may appreciate. That said, the enormous truck also houses a fully functional kitchen, a gilded sink, a minibar, lounge chairs with massage and heating functions, climate control, a shower and a toilet. The entire space is wrapped in fine brown leather and glistens with 24-carate gold ornaments. A workspace, really?
Fascinating as the conversion looks, one has to consider it measures a whopping 10 meters, or 33 feet, long. Driving it won’t be a breeze under the best of conditions; on a city street in a rush hour, you would probably suffer a headache or a moral breakdown... Then again, you can bet the owner of this particular vehicle has a personal driver to take care of this bit of unpleasantness for them.
The one-off Lexani G-77 Sky Master cost north of €900,000 to build.
Chief Editor Olga Markelova
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