Cobalt’s brand new Valkyrie is an efficiently developed, high-performance airplane that appears like a million bucks and looks like it’s from the future. It is able to fly at 220 knots for almost 1500 nautical miles, gulping 15 gallons of gasoline per hour on the way. At maximum speed it will strike 240 knots for more than 1,000 nautical miles, that should cause it to ingest 22 gallons per hour.
Cobalt Valkryie has been designed with some really cool stuff such as an aircraft parachute, interior design by ex-Hermes craftsman, a glass device panel that consists of an iPad tray, and a massive F-16-esque framework canopy with 320 degree perspective. The aircraft shockingly has seating for 5 people and all of their suitcases. It’s nevertheless in the conceptual phase, and there are 4 other Valkyrie prototypes getting checked. However, since Cobalt has been creating it for just about a decade, it’s probably that we’ll observe a final assembly fairly soon.
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