Dassault Aviation has received a Red Dot Award for the cabin design of its newest business jet, the Falcon 10X. With an expected service entry in 2025, the 10X will be the largest purpose-built business jet on the market, not to mention a range of 7,500 nm and top speed of Mach 0.925. A full-scale mockup of the 10X’s 2,780-cu-ft cabin will be on display next week at EBACE 2022 in Geneva.
“Dassault Aviation stands apart in its ability to blend high technology—the company is a world leader in aerodynamics and digital flight control—with cabin aesthetics and the inventive use of modern design,” said Dassault chairman and CEO Eric Trappier. “The objective is to raise the bar in terms of passenger experience, which is what you will see in the 10X.”
The company will receive the award in this year’s Red Dot Design Yearbook and be featured in the organization’s permanent exhibition. The 10X cabin also has been named a finalist in the International Yacht & Aviation Awards private jet interiors category.