Kanye’s iPlane 1 for Trump was designed by Shabtai Hirshberg

Rapper Kanye West holds his phone with a picture of a plane after he showed it to U.S. President Donald Trump during a meeting in the Oval office of the White House on October 11, 2018 in Washington, DC. 

Oliver Contreras | Getty Photos Information | Getty Photos

Rapper Kanye West holds his telephone with an image of a aircraft after he confirmed it to U.S. President Donald Trump throughout a gathering within the Oval workplace of the White Home on October 11, 2018 in Washington, DC. 

Hirshberg mentioned the challenge was “an accumulation of a yr of my analysis and design work.”

Whereas West advised that the aircraft may be fueled by hydrogen, Hirshberg mentioned that wasn’t precisely what he had in thoughts.

“It is positively an possibility, however I feel hydrogen is a bit of far out,” Hirshberg mentioned. “I used to be considering ultra-high bypass turbo fan, which is an excessive model of what we’re utilizing at present.”

Hirshberg mentioned that he is at present engaged on a smaller model of the aircraft that might be extra possible to construct. Requested whether or not he’d be keen to speak to West about his work, Hirshberg responded, “I would be very happy to.”

WATCH: Kanye West goes on a wild, rambling Oval workplace tirade


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here