The first 20 XCubs will depart Yakima for $297,500. These airplanes will essentially be identical with the same paint scheme and leather interior, the only differences being the landing-gear, tire and Garmin ADS-B options. The XCub is designed to land on pavement, dirt, grass, water and, eventually, snow, though the initial certification does not include skis. Customers have a choice of either spring or standard gear for the same price. Two float options, one amphibious ($69,995) and one straight seaplane floats ($44,995), both built by Whipline, are also available. Every XCub rolls out of the factory the same, so the landing gear configuration can easily be modified later.