Phoenix Burnel Family Aircar (TL9)

Designed by Andrew Moffatt-Vallance


Summary:
0.50 displacement ton box; 1.72 tonnes; kCr 10.0
Chassis:
7.00 kL box (2.9 m long x 1.5 m wide x 1.5 m high); Structure: 573 kg of composite laminate, rated for 2.7Gs, body 0.008 cm thick, 1 armour rating
Performance:
90.0 kW TL7 Fuel Cell power plant; Fuel: 2.28 kL of liquid hydrogen (163 kg), 3 hours supply
Propulsion System: 90.0 kW contragrav with 6 minutes emergency power; Maximum Speed: 132 km/h; Range: 395 km; Agility: 0DM (2.7G)
Crew & Passengers:
Crew roster: pilot; 1 crew station; 3 cramped passenger seats
Communications:
Regional Radio (10 W, TL9, SmVcl)
Sensors:
No sensors installed.
Other:
Options: sunroof, entertainment centre
Safety Features: anti-theft system, Roadgrid, fire suppression system
217 L of cargo space
The Phoenix Burnel is an early example of a basic aircar. A simple affordable contragrav vehicle with few frills, the Burnel none the less meets the needs of the average family well.

Designed with CSC (software © Robert Prior, 1997)

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