1/04/12 1/04/12 Luxurious Travel on Planes and Cars 5 Luxurious Ways to Travel January 4, 2012 by Kristy Ellington 20 Looking to travel in style this year? Check out these five luxurious ways you can get from here to there this year. Bentley Mulsanne What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! I wouldn't mind taking a ride in this Executive Interior Concept Bentley that features sweet, sweet gadgets throughout. Not only is the entertainment and audio system powered by a Mac Mini from the trunk, but the rear seats are probably the best in the house. Coming with seatback video screens, a center 15-inch monitor, two iPads, a mechanical fold-out tray to accommodate a laptop, space for your Apple trackpad, and a center console that houses hookups for your iPhone and iPod, a keyboard, a refrigerated compartment, and controls for your audio and video system, and WiFi, it's pretty much the ultimate mobile workstation. Airbus A380 What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! First class Star Trek fans will love the latest first class cabin in the Airbus A380 that features a touch screen TV with over 1000 movies available for your viewing pleasure. Emirates Airlines First Class Private Suites What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! First-class private suites on Emirates Airlines boast a 23-inch LCD TV (where you can check your email and send SMS texts to anyone in the world), fully reclining seats, and 600 channels on the Emirates on-demand service. Emirates Airlines Coach What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! Not enough cash for first class? Emirates Airlines coach passengers can enjoy their own personal 10.4-digital widescreen display with over 500 channels to choose from, plus each seat has its own power source and USB connection. A gyroscopic cup holder keeps your drink level at all times, and in-cabin lighting simulates the time of day at your destination, so jet lag will be less of a problem when you land. Singapore Airlines What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! It seems like so long ago, but Singapore Airlines was ahead of the game when it came to tech amenities in 2008, offering iPod/iPhone docks to business class airbus flights between New York, Los Angeles and Singapore, and widescreen LCD televisions as well.