The few details that it has released include the size of the cabin. Cessna say that this will be 102 inches, which is wider than the Gulfstream G650, and exactly the same as the upcoming Dassault Falcon 5X.
Power will come courtesy of Snecma Silvercrest engines, both producing around 7,000lb thrust each. Silvercrest engines also power the Falcon 5X.
Cessna say that the first flight is due to take place in 2019, and although no pricing has been released, Corporate Jet Investor understands that it will cost between $30 – $33 million.