In 1993, Cessna decided to update the Citation V design, and announced that the Citation Ultra, with the main differences being in the engines, which were the latest JT15D-5D version, and the standard avionics suite, which was updated to the Honeywell Primus 1000 EFIS glass cockpit. The Primus 1000 replaced the standard "round dial" flight instruments with three CRT computer screens, one for each pilot and one center mulifunction display. In 1994, the Ultra was named Flying magazine's "Best Business Jet". The Ultra was produced from 1994-1999.
|Cabin Volume:||292 cubic feet|
|Cabin Width:||4.8 feet|
|Cabin Height:||4.9 feet|
|Cabin Length:||17.3 feet|
|Baggage:||67 cubic feet, 3-4 Golf Bags, 6-7 Suitcases, 1-4 pairs of skis|