Project Zero is claimed to be the world's first electric tilt rotor aircraft
Project Zero’s two rotors can be tilted up to 90 degrees
Project Zero was reportedly designed and built over a period of just six months
Artist's conception of Project Zero in flight
The engineers at aerospace firm AgustaWestland are no slouches when it comes to tilt rotor aircraft, having recently developed the intriguing commercial-use AW609. It seems, however, that they’ve been holding out on us ... over a year and a half ago, they began secretly test-flying what they have now publicly unveiled as being the world’s first electric tilt rotor airplane. It’s known simply as Project Zero.
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