Avanti stealthed version (TL12)

Designed by Bruce

1.00 displacement ton wedge streamlined; 12.1 tonnes; kCr 724
14.0 kL wedge streamlined (7.5 m long x 2.10 m wide x 1.9 m high); Structure: 3.75 tonnes of crystaliron, rated for 8.0Gs, body 0.03 cm thick, sealed to 1 atm, 2 armour rating; Stealth Structure: -3DM against TL12- military and TL13- civilian sensor
3.11 MW TL12 Fusion Plus power plant; Fuel: 9.73 L of enriched water (9.73 kg), 10 hours supply
Propulsion System: 3.00 MW contragrav with 6 minutes emergency power; Maximum Speed: 7890 km/h; Range: 78589 km; Agility: -32DM (35.3G)
Crew roster: pilot; 1 crew station with ejection seats (5.0 cm of Composite Laminate armour, rating 11)
Grav Compensation (3G), Only seating compensated
Missile, Light-1126 (16 exp)Long14+2DM, remote
Missile, Heavy-1141 (27 exp)Very Long14+2DM, remote
Continental Laser (100 kW, TL12, SmVcl, MilSpec)
Passive Subregional Optical (2 W, MilSpec, MultArray) Resolution: 0.020 mm per km of range
Active Regional Radar (1.00 kW, MilSpec) Resolution: 0.200 mm per km of range
Active Subregional Jammer (100 W, MilSpec) Resolution: 0.200 mm per km of range

This is a seriously mil-specc'ed Avanti. In actuality, this is a different vehicle, but the parent company chose to link the civilian version with this one. This craft is primarily used as a reconnaisance and light strike vehicle. It's very lightly armored, although the pilots area is armored with a 5 cm. shell of Comp Laminate. The company has sold unarmed versions of this vehicle on the open market, outside the Imperium. Some have found their way back in.

Designed with CSC (software ©Robert Prior, 1997)