aeroG Aviation's aG-4 eVTOL Liberty v3.0

The future is electric

In recent years, Electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing (eVTOLs) vehicles have been making significant inroads into aviation. Thanks to rapid advances in electric propulsion and battery technology, large aerospace companies such as Boeing, Airbus, Bell and even NASA have started building prototypes. Additionally, start-ups have also played an important role in the development of these aircraft. One such company is working on an eVTOL concept called the aG-4, which is available on the X-Plane 11 platform. PC Pilot was given the opportunity to test-fly the prerelease version aG-4 v3.0 and to find out more about the project.

aeroG Aviation's aG-4 eVTOL Liberty v3.0
aeroG Aviation's aG-4 eVTOL

The aG-4 eVTOL grew out of an earlier aeroG project, the UV-4 Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), developed as a Science, Technology Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) project at the Bergen Community College and initially released for FSX and Prepar3D. The development of the aG-4 was moved to the X-Plane 11 platform and released in 2020.

Become a Premium Member to Read More

This is a premium article and requires an active Key.Aero subscription to view.

I’m an existing member, sign me in!

I don’t have a subscription…

Enjoy the following subscriber only benefits:

  • Unlimited access to all KeyAero content
  • Exclusive in-depth articles and analysis, videos, quizzes added daily
  • A fully searchable archive – boasting hundreds of thousands of pieces of quality aviation content
  • Access to read all our leading aviation magazines online - meaning you can enjoy the likes of FlyPast, Aeroplane Monthly, AirForces Monthly, Combat Aircraft, Aviation News, Airports of the World, PC Pilot and Airliner World - as soon as they leave the editor’s desk.
  • Access on any device- anywhere, anytime
  • Choose from our offers below