Style and Design 2017: 41 Items That Are Changing the Way We Live

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A Private Jet for the Rest Of Us

A Private Jet for the Rest Of Us

OK, it's not exactly for the masses, but the first-ever single-engine Cirrus Vision SF50 is designed to be flown by its owner, and it's also the least-expensive personal jet money can buy. (Of course, it's still $2 mil.) Almost as interesting, it has a carbon-fiber fuselage and is outfitted with an enormous parachute in case of emergency. This luxury microjet seats five adults and two kids, has a top speed of 345 miles per hour, and a range of 1,150 miles. But if you lay off the throttle a bit, you can stretch that out to easily make it from Boston to the Bahamas. [$2 million;]

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