Someone was looking for pictures of this aircraft about a week ago. Here they are:
And here's some info:
"The development of the KR-860 project (KR stands for Kryl'ya Rossii, which is Wings of Russia) had started in the early 1990s. Mikahil Simonov mentioned this project as a very important and perspective for the future of the Design Bureau. However this thought isn't being shared by everybody. Many NATO think that the project is unperceptive because of high cost and reliability of the engines. They said that Sukhoi should co-operate more deeply with western companies to turn the KR-860 into production.
The project was first presented in France. In august 1999, general constructor said that if it will be turn into international project then we will see the KR-860 in the skies within 2-3 years.
The airplane weights about 650 tons (An-225 is 600 tons) with a total capacity of 860-1000 passengers of different classes. The cost of the program was estimated at about 93 billions of euro. Each passenger airliner is worth about 186 millions of euro. According to Airbus Industry, there is a big market for such aircraft all over the world (over 1500 airliners).
To this time, only Russia itself needs about 300 of those aircrafts as a heavy cargo transporters. KR-860 is capable of carrying over 300 tons of cargo. One such aircraft would cost 130-140 millions of euro. Serial production can be done at Kazan Aviation Enterprises. It also can be used at Europe - Asia airlines."
A cargo version, the KR-860T, is planned.