Canon's RF lens lineup has been highly impressive so far, with a lot of innovative and quite impressive glass coming to the market. On the other hand, most of the new lenses have commanded premium prices. However, it looks like they will soon be adding a newer, more affordable wide angle zoom to their professional L lineup.
Nokishita is reporting that Canon recently added the RF 14-35mm f/4L IS USM lens to their product list. Traditionally, professional wide angle zoom lenses have an f/2.8 aperture, but f/4 versions of these lenses have become quite popular in the last few years, as for those who do not need the extra light-gathering power (such as landscape photographers), the prospect of a lighter and more portable lens for about half the price is quite appealing. For example, Canon's EF 16-35mm f/4L IS USM was both popular and well regarded for both its price and image quality. Adding 2mm on the wide end will certainly make the new lens all the more useful for a range of work. There is no word yet on a release date or a price, but I suspect it will be an in-demand lens once it hits the market.