The only way for this contraption´s continued its certification tests is the Chinese deep pockets, that is one thing but will it sell at 2 million greenbacks for single-engine, pilot plus 3 people?. Doubtful, for that kind of money you can buy a 20-year old Citation or two 10-year old Beech King Air 90s both offering more space and longer range
A Lancair IVP or TBM 850 will compete with the Cirrus jet's speed, with enough left over to buy a house, fancy car, boat, keep a bunch of $$$ in the bank, maybe even afford a new trophy wife. Ditto for a good used Citation. It amazes me how many people continue to be dazzled the latest bright, shiny object, like flies to a light bulb.
If you're a gazilionaire I say: go nuts and buy it, put it beside your other expensive toys. But for most of the ordinary millionaires out there, this doesn't have enough value for the cost and depreciation an owner will have to eat during the first ten years of ownership.