The Ghost X V 2.2 is a new iteration of the previous V 1.1 eVTOL. It features electric-powered rotors, a composite unibody fuselage, and a redundant design for safety. The cabin space area is advertised to be capable of various arrangements per client requirement and could be configured for cargo transportation and air ambulance. The interior also includes panoramic windows, 3 multitouch displays, and a Passenger Entertainment System with WiFi.
Grug Group, based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA
Stage of Development
Aircraft Type: Intracity VTOL
Powerplant: Unspecified electric motors, two per rotor
Range: 200 miles
Top Speed: 140 mph
Propeller Configuration: 8 rotors at 4 locations on 'wings'
Passenger/Payload Capacity: 8 passengers (including one partial pilot)
Autonomy Level: Piloted with autonomy
Wingspan/Dimensions: 25 ft x 7ft
Fuselage: Composite Unibody construction, with panoramic view windows and doors
Our Take on Ghost X V2.2
The Ghost X V 2.2 is currently rising in to its share in the eVTOL and urban aviation industry. While the vehicle is not yet as popularized as many of the other competitors, its unique design and capabilities would likely position it to be successful. The interior is re-configurable to suit the needs of a variety of customers, and is significantly more spacious than many competing vehicles. Therefore, the Ghost X V 2.2 has the ability to be marketed to a greater swath of potential buyers for its adaptability to passengers, cargo, or medical applications. A successful first flight in the near future would provide more insight as to the Ghost X's future and at what cost its performance compares to its competitors.
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