The previous outlined concepts, pushed us to completely redesign the interior, in order to adapt it to a “Nordic” minimalism, elegance, ergonomics and functionality.
The element that particularly catches the eye, on board, is the conceptually new one-piece instrument panel.
From the very beginning, we strongly desired it to be the project’s focal point, embedding two large binoculars which are united by a large eyelid, able to protect the instruments from sun rays, making them clearly visible in any condition.
The central area can accommodate a 7” diagonal EFIS, a cartographic navigator or a Mini IPad if desired. On the sides, there’s space for circular instruments up to a 3”1/8 diameter. Of course, any other panel composition is possible with the only limitation given by the space on hand. Finally, radio and transponder are placed in the two inferior lateral racks.
This one-piece instrument panel concept, not only encloses minimalistic design intuitions, it also includes important bushflying functionalities, like high frontal/lateral visibility, fundamental during approaching and landing final phases.