eQO Limo: Next-Gen Electric Vertical Aircraft


 The "eQO Limo" is an eVTOL vehicle planned to be part of the next generation of green urban transportation, powered by electric engines and renewable energy. Capable of transporting up to 8 passengers and 1 crew member (pilot) over routes of 600 km/372.8 miles with a maximum speed of 470kph/292mph and a cruise speed of 400kph/248.5mph.

Equipped with six electric rotors in the front, four electric axial flux motors in the middle, and two large electric engines at the rear. All of them, when combined, could take off and land in vertical mode VTOL and short mode STOL, as well as hover (float above) and fly like an airplane.

Capable of generating a portion of its own energy due to the presence of two aerogenerators on the top of the "eQO Limo" and a roof constructed of variable translucency glass with quantum dots (QDSC) for solar energy collection. These components may generate enough power to increase the operational flight distance or flight time.

The "eQO Limo" could fly as a helicopter or an airplane, however flying as a helicopter might shorten the operational time and distance traveled. Two canards would be put on the front of this aircraft to help steady the flight in airplane mode.

Another intriguing feature of this aircraft is the ability to fold some of its sections to reduce its size, allowing it to be stored inside a tiny hangar on a yacht or carried, for example, in an airplane.

With the proper kit, the "eQO Limo" may be a multipurpose aircraft. It may transform into a rescue, police, or ambulance aircraft.

One of the most notable features of this eVTOL could be the use of electric axial flux motors capable of producing high torque/weight and located on both sides of the aircraft, as well as the generation of powered propulsion to move the aircraft forward and assist it in takeoff and landing maneuvers via air pressure chambers and a duct system capable of redirecting exhaust air flow.

eQO Limo - Electric Vertical Takeoff and Landing (eVTOL) Vehicle Specifications:

Propulsion System:

  • Six electric rotors in the front
  • Four electric axial flux motors in the middle
  • Two large electric engines at the rear


  • Passenger Capacity: Up to 8 passengers and 1 crew member (pilot)
  • Maximum Range: 600 km (372.8 miles)
  • Maximum Speed: 470 kph (292 mph)
  • Cruise Speed: 400 kph (248.5 mph)

Flight Modes:

  • Vertical Takeoff and Landing (VTOL)
  • Short Takeoff and Landing (STOL)
  • Hovering capability
  • Airplane mode

Energy Generation:

Two aerogenerators on the top
Roof constructed of variable translucency glass with quantum dots (QDSC) for solar energy collection

Transformative Features:

Sections can be folded to reduce size for storage
Suitable for storage in small hangars on yachts or transport in airplanes

Flight Configurations:

Can operate as a helicopter or airplane
Two canards on the front for stability in airplane mode

Multipurpose Capability:

Can be equipped with kits for transformation into rescue, police, or ambulance aircraft

Axial Flux Motors:

Electric axial flux motors located on both sides
Capable of producing high torque/weight ratio

Powered Propulsion and Maneuvering:

Utilizes air pressure chambers
Duct system for redirecting exhaust air flow
Assists in forward movement and takeoff/landing maneuvers

Additional Features:

Variable translucency glass roof for quantum dots (QDSC) solar energy collection
Potential to generate own energy for increased operational flight distance or flight time.

Source:  OVI's Design

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