The concept of the new luxury train has panoramic space inside, where the ceiling part is made of glass and the side parts are expanded to create enough space as terraces.
It is the masterpiece of the son of French designer Thierry Gaugain known as “Train G”, the construction of which captures the sum of 350 million dollars and is considered the “palace on rails” with which the rich can travel.
Each of the 14 wagons will have a glass roof, but which at the request of passengers can be covered with metal plates – depending on the environment and climatic conditions.
Gaugain brought this concept to life through 3D computer images, which show the inside and outside of the high-speed train.
The interior of Train G is similar to the scenes in the science fiction movie Snowpiercer. This film is based on four French novels, where the only survivors of humanity are in search of life, somewhere on earth after the climate catastrophe that strikes our planet.
Gaugain aims to make his project a reality in collaboration with Steve Jobs widow Laurene Powell Jobs, who is known as a billionaire and a very successful woman in business.
However they are also looking for customers who will be able to afford the price to travel with this train, the construction of which can take up to two and a half years.
Passengers can organize their space where they stay, where in a few seconds it automatically turns into a bedroom or living room, and on this train can enter their cars, so that as soon as they get off they can continue their journey. with their private motor vehicles.
A wagon can accommodate up to 18 passengers, given that the wagons are very large and can stay in it for days while traveling around the world.
The trend of train travel in recent years has returned, and every day more and more there are demands for the production of luxury trains that would meet the demands of customers.