World’s First Private Supersonic Jet Has No Windows, Looks Amazing

Travel like a Bond villain.

1. This is how the Spike S-512 - the world’s first private supersonic jet - will look.

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2. It’s set to go on sale for £50 million in 2018.

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3. The revolutionary bit? Its passenger cabin will contain no windows, but rather thin display screens.

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Cameras on the exterior of the jet will allow outside views to be beamed into the cabin, but passengers also have the option to select one of a number of panoramic scenes - or simply dim the screens if they want to catch some sleep.

4. The absence of windows will make the aircraft more streamlined, and therefore faster.

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The S-512 will take between three and four hours to fly from New York to London - around the same travel time as Concorde.

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Luke Lewis is BuzzFeed's Head of European Growth and is based in London.
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