Designer wrap for an eVTOL: the Acro, by Klissarov Design


Acro? It's a futuristic machine that doesn't exist, at least not yet. This artist's view is that of Emmanuel Klissarov, of Klissarov Design. Based on the French Riviera in France, he has worked with clients including Renault, Alpine, Ford, Smart, Maybach, AMG. 

No propellers!

The Acro is, as you will no doubt have noticed, inspired by Cyclotech devices (see here) with their propulsion based on Voigt Schneider type engines, without propellers. Can this design result in a working device? In any case, it is much sexier than the multirotors which will be tested during the Paris Olympic Games in 2024. To be continued…

Visual credits: Klissarov Design

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  1. We feel that the designer has already sat aboard a single-seater car, but not aboard a single-seater plane or glider.
    In flight, visibility around you is essential, outside your cockpit obscures the view to the sides.
    And for pity's sake, if it were possible not to transpose these ugly things of constipated faces that make their mouths that we find on all the big piles of rolling plastic today, to things that fly...


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