Gulfstream G650ER Private Business Jet Elon Musk Tesla
Many have probably heard of the Twitter drama surrounding a 19-year-old who tracks Elon Musk’s private Gulfstream G650ER business jet using ADS-B (Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast) tracking technology, but for those wondering just what kind of aircraft this is, here’s a fascinating look. Priced from $66.5-million USD, it has room for up to 18 people and features plush leather seats that can be folded into beds, 16 panoramic windows, kitchenette, inflight WiFi, as well as a second living area that doubles as dining space. Read more for a video and additional information.

Powered by Rolls-Royce BR725 engines, it can travel u to 7,500 nautical miles while cruising at speeds of up to Mach .925 (710 mph). This means that Elon Musk can be whisked away to the new Gigafactory Berlin-Brandenburg without having to make a fuel stop. Just for the record, Gulfstream managed to fly one of their G650ERs from Singapore to Tucson, Ariz., at an average speed of 597 mph over a distance of 8,379 nautical miles in a single go.

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Gulfstream G650ER Private Business Jet Elon Musk Tesla

The G650ER has no equal when it comes to its incredible combination of speed and range. Worldwide, you just can’t go farther faster, and this record proves it. With 350 aircraft in service, the G650 and G650ER show day in and day out that they are class-creating and -leading aircraft that set the standard when they were announced and continue to do so today. Simply put, all others follow,” said Mark Burns, president, Gulfstream Aerospace.

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