Luxurious Travel on Planes and Cars 5 Luxurious Ways to Travel Jan 4 2012 • By Kristy Ellington 16 1 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? 0 0 0 0 0 0 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? 0 0 0 0 0 0 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? 0 0 0 0 0 0 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? 0 0 0 0 0 0 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? 0 0 0 0 0 0 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.