If you want some kind of description as the what or how these aircraft came to be or represent, then go to my newly revamped site:
Why am I revealing something I considered classified from the public? I did a search recently on all the names of planes I've come up with and some software company "stole" the name "Ceyron" from me. I cannot change the name of this and 14 other bizjets I made come under the same classification. That's like calling Concorde something else when you damn well know otherwise; it's like a rape.
So here are two of my 15 Ceyrons, 100 & 1400. The first one was a spring '95 project the second was a spring 2000 project. By the way, I was 15 when Ceyron 100 was thought up of, so any "opinionated errors" are justified.
I hope you enjoyed these to a certain extent, I'm still working on what will be the perfect airliner and it is something I will give a personal push for the rest of my life as a unique TST concept.