Electric vertical take-off and landing aircraft (eVTOL) with hybrid lift and push design, generated by two propulsion fans plus six electrical motors and rotors on a fixed-wing. For up to four passengers
Hybrid-electric vertical and short take-off aircraft (HeVSTOL) (in development). Includes the ANN-1, a single seater sports aircraft and ANN-2, a two-seat model for personal air mobility, utility and first response services.
Hybrid-electric, short take-off and landing (STOL), regional transport aircraft (in development). Hybrid-electric propulsion will power the many small motors distributed around aircraft enabling a short take-off and landing.
Self-navigating eVTOL air taxi with 4 rotating ducted thrusters, each with two coaxial variable-pitch props. Powered by lithium batteries or hydrogen fuel cells. Two seater and four seater options operated either manually or autonomously.
eVTOL aircraft demonstrator. An unmanned 4-seater urban air taxi. Includes the latest variant, CityAirbus NextGen with fixed wings, V-shaped tail, and eight electrically powered propellers (in design phase).
Hybrid electric aircraft for 4-6 passengers utilising a "push-pull" propulsion configuration. Includes the 4-seat Cassio 330 (330 kilowatts), Cassio 480 (480 kilowatts) and the 10-seat Cassio 600 (600 kilowatts) variants (also known as the Cassio 2, in development).
Bio Electric Hybrid Aircraft with triple box wing configuration and carbon composite frame. 3 variants: BEHA–H1 - hybrid powered; BEHA–E1 - electric powered; and BEHA–M1 - military with turboprop engine.