Much of the illusions that are the stock and trade of Titan City are either holographic in nature or the result of careful set dressing. The closer a prop comes to actually interacting with the guests, the deeper and more tactile the illusion needs to be. This is especially true of the accommodations and taxi systems associated with the great hotels.
The Hermes S-2000 'Skyfleet' is a classic design associated with this role since the earliest days of the Titan City project. While clad in a retro shell of aluminum and stainless steel, the core of the vehicle is a live carbon frame built around a Lileks-Janney drive in a rotating mount- forward thrust is attained by rotating the zero-g 'dead spot' of the drive from bottom dead center to a point opposite the desired direction of movement. The wingtip engines are entirely cosmetic and conceal sensors and the data link horn for the window screens. Authenticity of materials allows for increased chances to embed illusions into the landscape- the windows can function as holographic displays as well. Through them the traveller can behold rows of sunken sphinxes below the shallow seas of Mercury, the razor ice forests of Nemesis, or the prehuman metropolises of Pangaea, flourishing on an Earth that never was.
It depends on the package you pay for.
The Skyfleet taxi is an odd artifact: A counterfeit of a pulp future that never was, but crafted so well that it is in of itself collectible. This particular example resides in a private collection, having been purchased at auction from the estate of Maynard Zenit, following his mysterious disappearance. It is not on display to the public.
(Pencil w/ digital color)