Added on Thu July 14th, 2022
The future of flights is green. The Hungarian industrial designer Laszlo Nemeth had the idea for an all-green zero-emission aircraft. Inspired by nature, the project is to create a solar-powered aircraft called the Falcon Solar.
It is said that the aircraft was inspired by a large bird of prey: the fuselage incorporates very wide wings curved upwards, while the cockpit and tail are placed at the head and queue. The design is unconventional but unique.
Although he is not the only one to emulate nature in the design, and although the project is only at the conceptual stage, Nemeth claims that the aircraft can fly thanks to solar panels on the wing surface, hence creating the basis for a final product with totally reduced emissions during flight.
The details of how this aircraft would actually fly are still lacking, but the hope of seeing the skies inhabited by artificial forms of birds of prey for sustainable purposes in the near future is a very exciting idea.
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