Unveiling the Speed and Luxury of the $7.7 Million Piaggio P180 Avanti Evo: Exploring the World’s Swiftest Twin Turboprop

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The Avanti EVO, manufactured by Piaggio Aerospace, stands out from other commercial aircraft due to its unique design and craftsmanship. It combines Italian design with a century’s worth of aviation knowledge to create a business aircraft that offers exceptional performance and comfort. The EVO incorporates cutting-edge technology and traditional craftsmanship, making it a business aircraft for the future. For more videos on luxury aviation, subscribe to their channel where new content is released 4-5 times a week.

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49 thoughts on “Unveiling the Speed and Luxury of the $7.7 Million Piaggio P180 Avanti Evo: Exploring the World’s Swiftest Twin Turboprop”

  1. It's quite an elegant looking craft. Proof that old tech is still good tech. I look forward to seeing what Piaggio comes up w/ once they start working w/ Mass Dampening Field generators. Current generators are effecting a 65% inertial Mass nullification in VTOL operation. Meaning a 30,000 lb craft VTOLs w/ 12,000 lb of thrust. Also eliminates the need for wings. Which would significantly improve the Avanti Evo's landing accessibility of highly limited LZs.

  2. The Piaggios are all beautiful airplanes and are very fast. The only real downside is they take a lot of runway for take-off. The Evo takes 3,200 ft. Once they are airborne the get to altitude and cruise speed quickly and the canard on the front helps with stall prevention. The cabin treatments are second to none.

  3. I actually love this Italian built airplane, and it is ideally a great transport airplane, and is very luxurious but as I se it, it has only JUST one deficiency and that is, it’s not a short field airplane by any means. A very very spacious cabin indeed.

  4. I think that for the design of the Piagio P180 they were inspired by the movie Predator (1987), because it is almost identical to the fuselage of the downed plane that the commando team gets when it enters the jungle. I've never seen a plane with the propellers in the opposite direction, apparently it improves the speed avoiding more air resistance, from what I've read. From what I can appreciate in the video it looks like another limocine, it has a very beautiful internal cockpit. It looks quite stable in flight. It never ceases to amaze me the minimalist designs of aviation. Great review, very complete.

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