It's no coincidence that the world's fastest business aircraft is also its most aerodynamically advanced. As a result, even at high-cruise power settings, the Citation X's fuel consumption is comparable to other, much slower aircraft in its weight class. Day to day, you'll use as much fuel as slower aircraft with smaller cabins. And you'll arrive at your destination much sooner than other private jets. Much, much sooner.
Computational Fluid Dynamics were used in the design process to pinpoint areas on the X's surface where airflow approaches transonic and supersonic speeds, a must for a private jet. Every contour and every edge of the X has been precisely defined to minimize aerodynamic friction while operating at high speeds, increasing both speed and efficiency.
Bring all the baggage you need and still keep your cabin clutter-free. The tailcone storage compartment is heated, pressurized and large enough to hold a minivan-load of luggage.