Magnus eFusion Rolls Out at AERO Friedrichshafen

The electric-powered LSA will be aimed at the European flight training market.

Magnus eFusion


The Magnus eFusion is powered by a Siemens 60 kW electric motor.Marino Boric

From Hungary coming yet another electric airplane, this one manufactured by Magnus Aircraft Corp. The company’s eFusion is a two-seat, side-by-side airplane with fixed landing gear.

Magnus Aircraft unveiled the eFusion at AERO Friedrichshafen in Germany, noting that the new model is powered by a Siemens 60 kW electric motor with 85 kW max output. The eFusion is specially designed for use in Very Light, Light Sport and European UL Ultralight aircraft markets.

Max takeoff weight is 1,320 pounds, allowing it to be approved in the United States as an LSA. Maximum airspeed of the eFusion is targeted to be 97 kias. The eFusion maiden flight was carried out on April 11 in Hungary.

There is no word yet on a price for the eFusion or when it will reach the market. Magnus plans to target the European flight training market.