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It’s called cabin space, and HondaJet provides more of it than any other jet in its class. But to you and your fellow passengers, it’s much more than a cabin.

It’s a workspace, thinking space, quiet space, and a relaxing space. These are the true inspirations behind the HondaJet’s interior and why Honda designers meticulously considered every detail.

From the completely adjustable executive seating to the fully private lavatory and a host of other modern amenities.

The six-passenger bullet cruises at 420 knots — about 0.63 Mach — and gets power from a pair of specially designed turbofans developed through a joint venture with General Electric.

What makes the HondaJet really unusual, though (besides the fact that it's being made by the same company that makes the Civic) is a unique engine mount that gives the plane its trademark appearance.

Where most jets of this size have engines mounted on either side of the rear of the fuselage, the HondaJet's HF120 turbofans rest on pedestals that rise from the wings. The advantage, Honda notes, is that the configuration frees up significant additional space inside the cabin. As a bonus, it also just looks downright sci-fi.

There is no question HondaJet’s very light jet gives the market dominators – Bombardier , Embraer and Textron/Cessna – a run for the money.

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Indeed it will compete directly with the Cessna Mustang, the Bombardier Learjet and the Embraer Phenom 100E. It also puts Eclipse and Cirrus on notice they have to up their game.

The Japanese auto giant has been quietly researching small jets since the late 1980s, debuting the HondaJet as a multimillion-dollar experiment over a decade ago in 2003.

What makes the $4.5 million aircraft different is how HondaJet has tweaked the aerodynamics with a unique design and deployed new materials that contribute to its efficiency.

By showing that putting the engine above the wing is more efficient than a clean wing. It also makes it easier to stretch the fuselage.

With the engines above the wings HondaJet leverages natural laminar flow technology to optimize the aerodynamic performance of the wing and fuselage adding to its efficiency

The engines also contribute to the unique development of the aircraft, which, dates back in the 1980s, when using engines from other manufacturers was the plan.

The commitment to flight by Honda — a globally recognized and respected company — is as steadfast as its dedication to its landbound endeavors.

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Instead, it began developing its own engine in partnership with GE Aviation ultimately creating the GE-Honda HF20 turbofan engine.

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