Van's RV-14 in Photos

The RV-14 is the latest winner from Van's.

Van's RV-14

Van's RV-14

The new Van's RV-14 is speedy, fuel-efficient and tons of fun to fly.
Van's Aircraft

Van's Aircraft

Van’s founder, chief designer and visionary, Dick Van Grunsven, has guided the company for 40 years. Here he chats while leaning on the RV-12 he personally built.
Van's RV-14

Van's RV-14

The RV-14 has a tilt-up canopy, giving occupants an amazing, nearly unobstructed view of the world outside. The downside: It can’t be opened inflight.
Van's RV-14

Van's RV-14

A few things are central to the RV DNA, including the use of a stick.
Van's RV-14

Van's RV-14

Avionics maintenance is easy, as access to the back of the stack is wide open. The electronic ignition in the IO-390 features on/off switches instead of magnetos.
Van's RV-14

Van's RV-14

The canopy can be detached with the candy cane in an emergency or for main-tenance.
Van's RV-14

Van's RV-14

The IO-390 is a four-cylinder opposed engine based on the IO-360. It puts out 210 horses, which is a lot of oomph for a barely-2,000-pound airplane.
Van's RV-14

Van's RV-14

**A huge baggage area behind the seats helps make the RV-14 a true traveling machine. **
Van's RV-14

Van's RV-14

For more on the RV-14, check out our full-length feature here.