MoTIS CABAR CONGO STANDARD CONCEPT ART/SCREEN SHOTS!

Sunday, 02. May 2004

---PROTOTYPE STILL UNDER TESTING- MODEL CABAR CONGO M-1US---

Well designing next generation neo concept aircraft some times means creating all new categories for the great new designs that can serve in many new areas of the flight work environment and the Hyber-Light series of Ultra light/STOL aircraft is no different. The Hyber Light term has been defined and coined by MoTIS CEO O WATSON and applies to our neo concept line of Ultra light? STOL aircraft that are one part ultra light in performance and one part light weight STOL( Short Take off and Landing ) aircraft.

PRIMARY TEST MODEL

As and ultra light is certified as a true single pilot operated light aircraft the Hyber-Light will have to operate under certain Ultra light r4strictions but as a STOL utility aircraft with super low stall speeds this brand of aircraft could reasonable compete with the helicopter minis the ability to hover.

The key to the Hyber-Light aircraft is to design them to stall at speeds under 12kts!!! This would give a Hyber -Light pilot great access to the flight environments of many patrol helicopters allowing them to stay with in a ultra close and safe flying range and radius!

---TEST PILOT WILL BE REPLACED WITH A FACTORY ISSUED PILOT UPON RELEASE---

 

--FS 2002 snap shot of VC cockpit under construction--

Reasonable forward speeds, low takeoff and landing runs, excellent visibility, super low stall speeds , low operational costs, and the multi mission usages will make the MoTIS defined Hyber-Light a great next generation Ultra light/ STOL aircraft of the future a great work horse for years to come!!


Artistic rendering of the MoTIS CABAR in-flight. Copyright (C) 2004 by MoTIS Virtual Jet Design. All rights reserved


These aircraft can be used in SAR missions, police departments, light utility transport, and for sport and recreational purposes.

Complete Hyber-Light aircraft History coming soon!

The secondary model was designed with a larger rudder area and a tail skid to avoid tail strikes on take off and landing.

 

----SECONDARY TEST MODEL----

NOTE: Aircraft under serious construction and subject to changes as flight testing ensues.


CABAR Specifications:

Prototype model  AC#110-22345-7989-001

Length:  in --- Wingspan: ft ---Height: ft ---Empty Wt: 1lbs---Wing areasq ft ---Wing Loading:  lbs/sq ft ---Engine: NA ---Max Thrust: NA ---  V Max hi:--- Ceiling:   ---Climb Rate: fpm ---Range: NA

Full Specs Coming soon...

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