The new twin is powered by a pair of GE CT7-2F1 full authority digital engine control (fadec) turbines, each producing around 2,000 shaft horsepower. The engines will feature state-of-the-art turbine sections, which Bell says will employ new materials and design innovations. We can't wait to hear the details on that. (For more, see Stephen Pope's story on new jet engine technology.) The 525 also features the brand new Garmin G5000H avionics suite, which will set a high bar in helicopter electronics capability, including extensive graphical systems management, voice control, data logging, synthetic vision and cutting edge communications capabilities. The G5000H is the helicopter version of Garmin's G5000 flat-panel avionics system, launched on another Textron product, the Citation Ten, in 2010. The new helicopter one-ups previous Bell products in terms of blade count, according to Bell and as far as we know: as it employs five blades instead of the traditional two or four.