SKYCAR 200  
Skycar 200 Specifications

VTOL Configuration

Two fixed thrust nacelles with one engine and one electric motor per nacelle and a single lift duct with two electric motors
Seating Tandem
Dimensions (L x W x H) – Stowed footprint 14' x 8.5' x 6' - 1192
Gross Weight 1,320 lbs
Net Payload 400 lbs
Continuous Engine Power (Total) 170 hp
Electrical Motor Power (90 seconds) 85 hp per motor
Emergency Electrical Motor Power (30 seconds) 145 hp per motor
Component Articulation Required Wing tips fold
Maximum Speed (Sea Level) 242 mph
Cruise Speed (Sea Level @ 65% power) 205 mph
Time – Parachute Safe (50 mph @ 200 ft) 11.3 seconds
Time to Transition (0-131 mph) 16.2 seconds
Maximum Endurance (Sea Level @ 131 mph) 3.7 hours
Rate of climb (sea Level) 1,816 fpm
Time to climb (10,000 ft) 3.8 minutes
Roadability (On improved roads) ~ 30 mph
Range with 2 passengers @ 122 mph (42 mpg)
434 miles
Fuel Consumption (Sea Level @ Cruise) 7.37 gallons per hour

The Skycar’s design incorporates multiple redundancies and safety features and its Flight Control System (FCS) virtually eliminates the complexities of flying, ensuring that even a novice operator can master the skills needed to maintain precise control over the aircraft.


Skycar 200

Skycar 200
Originally conceived with military applications in mind, the general aviation Skycar 200 is a light weight, 2-passenger VTOL aircraft capable of flight speeds of approximately 240 mph.

Skycar 200
Paul checks out the cockpit of the Skycar 200 during a recent photo shoot.