Honda Upgrades the HondaJet With New "Elite" Model

Coming with new technical improvements and design touches.

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After revealing its high-end private jet back in February, Honda has now returned to the HondaJet for an upgraded take on the luxury aircraft. The “Elite” model feature a range of improved technical functions, including a range of 1,437 nautical miles, a 422 knots cruising speed and a 43,000-foot cruising altitude, all of which are the highest in the HondaJet’s category of plane.

In terms of its interior, the plane comes with two-toned leather seats and a speaker-less Bongiovi sound system as an optional extra. There is also an automated Garmin G3000 system designed to make flying the plane as easy as possible. All of these improvements also lead to a higher price, with the HondaJet “Elite” set to cost $5.25 million USD. Head over to the Honda website for more information.

In other automotive news, check out BMW’s new wireless charging station.

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