Gulfstream raised the curtain this week on its widely-anticipated G700 long-range jet, in a bid to rival Bombardier's Global 7500 aircraft.
The Global 7500 was the first business jet to have a queen-sized bed and hot shower.
But Gulfstream is promising an "unprecedented" flight -- hailing the G700 as quote the "most spacious, best-performing aircraft in the business-jet industry."
It also features a master suite and shower, and up to five living areas in a cabin that can seat up to 19 passengers and sleep up to 10.
With a $75 million price tag, Gulfstream executives say it will be the "tallest, widest cabin," in the industry and can fly up to 7,500 nautical miles.
Customer deliveries are expected in 2022.