VSKYLABS Releases FA Tensor 600X “Test-Pilot” Project

July 13, 2020

The latest aircraft to be released from X-Plane experimental and conceptual aircraft designer, VSKYLABS, is the FA Tensor 600X Project.

The aircraft, like all others from the developer, has a high-quality feature list, including an advanced Autogyro simulation in X-Plane, utilising the X-Plane Experimental Flight Model and a “multi-layer” FMOD sound pack (full list found below).

It is worth noting that the aircraft is approved by the manufacturer of the aircraft “Fraundorfer Aeronautics”, although it is modelled independently by VSKYLABS, the manufacturer has provided information regarding the airframe to the aircraft developer.

The Tensor 600X is a concept, test aircraft by Fraundorfer Aeronautics, in development in hopes of the type becoming future of mobility for the human race. On the manufacturer’s website, the suggested uses of the type range from aerial surveillance to commercial passenger or cargo transport. Although the airframe is not available for purchase, it has completed its maiden flight and the company is actively developing it.

Full feature list:

  • VSKYLABS 'Test-Pilot' Project of a real world prototype
  • Advanced, robust Autogyro simulation in X-Plane
  • Highly defined flight model of the FA Tensor 600X Autogyro - tested by professional Autogyro pilots
  • Built around the powerful, native X-Plane 11 'Experimental Flight Model' environment
  • Fully functional VR (Virtual Reality) compatibility
  • 3D Pilot and passenger visualization for increased VR immersion
  • Built-in LR G1000 avionics
  • Multi-Layer FMOD sound pack
  • STMA Autoupdater included
  • Easy-to-use paint-kit included
  • The project is under constant development.
  • Highly responsive VSKYLABS support forums

The VSKLABS FA Tensor 600X “Test-Pilot” Project is available to purchase for $25.00 USD at the X-Plane.org store now.

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