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Boeing SUGAR Volt: Electric Airplane

 
NASA asked 2 Boeing-led teams to examine what airplanes are going to look like in 3 generations beyond the current transport fleet, and the most intriguing under the goals set by NASA is the SUGAR Volt.

SUGAR stands for Subsonic Ultra Green Aircraft Research and is the overarching project name for several concepts designed by the Boeing subsonic team, which includes BR&T, Boeing Commercial Airplanes, General Electric, and Georgia Tech.

h/t Climate Denial Crock of the Week

 
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