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.
Autonomous electric airplane with short take off and landing capability and powered by swappable lithium batteries. Includes certified crop sprayer Pelican, on which personal transport vehicle, P3 will be based.
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 air taxi with Reduced Rotor Operating Speed Aircraft (ROSA) technology combining fixed and rotary wing. Includes Medivac and logistics variants, the MAV55 Multi-Mission Air Vehicle and hybrid-electric version.
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.