The G650 has phenomenal range, 7,000 nm with eight passengers and a crew of four, which will enable it to link, Gulfstream says, Dubai with New York and London with Buenos Aires, all of that at the airplane's long-range cruise speed of Mach .85, an airspeed that is faster than the high-speed cruise figure for many large business jets. Its Rolls-Royce BR725 engines feature more thrust (16,100 pounds per side), quieter operation and lower emissions than any comparable engine in service today. With the Rolls-Royce power coupled with a new, cutting-edge wing design, the G650 will boast a top speed of Mach 0.925, making it slightly faster than the Citation X and earning it the title of fastest civilian jet in the world. At the same time, it will be able to take off on runways as short as 6,000 feet at its max takeoff weight, giving it unprecedented flexibility. And it does all this while keeping its max takeoff weight a hair below 100,000 pounds.