aeroG Aviation - UV-4 eVTOL UAV (for P3D v4)

Compatibility: P3D v4
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The most advanced unmanned cargo aircraft simulation on ESP platform, the UV-4 eVTOL UAV for Prepar3D v4 is the critically acclaimed workhorse of the future skies - a vertical take off and landing tilt-fan with either a full electric or hybrid (long range) variant, capable of transporting goods to and from remote locations.

With a custom gauge created by Robert Barendregt, animations by Bapak Maryadi, and model by Kris Pyatt. The function of the duct system serves as a means of channelling pressure and vectoring thrust giving the UV-4 a unique control system with improved manoeuvrrability. The design of a low-speed twin tail helps control the function of yaw, roll, and pitch. It houses multiple rudders located on its vertical stabilisers and elevators on its horizontal stabiliser. In addition, the rear lifting duct systems may pivot up to eighty-five degrees forward and thirty degrees backwards to deliver the vector thrust.

The cargo bay may contain up to four thousand pounds of deliverable payload and has also seen its share of modifications with the latest edition measuring six feet in height and nearly seventeen feet in length. Its maximum gross take-off weight is 12,500lb, with an empty weight of 6,500lb.

This new update offers the most comprehensive and complete aircraft simulation of the UV-4 to date, designing and enabling a flight computer that will assist the operator in everything from bank angle correction, pitch control, duct fan rotation angle, rate of climb, and vector thrust angle. Allowing the pilot to simply set a target speed and enable the aircraft to adjust reach desired configuration. This fly-by-wire system is a first of its kind and would not be possible without many years of research.  This update also includes our ballistic parachute system, which will auto deploy when the aircraft loses thrust in flight.

System Requirements:


  • Computer Processor: 2.2GHz (Quad Core @3.5 GHz+ (e.g. Intel Core i7/i9) recommended)
  • Computer Memory: 4GB  (16GB DDR4/2666MHz+ recommended)
  • Graphics Card Video Memory:2 GB (8GB+ (e.g. nVidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti) recommended)
  • Graphics Card Other: Full DirectX 11 support
  • Operating System: Windows 7 SP1 (64-bit) [N editions require Media Feature Pack] (Windows 10 64-bit recommended)
  • Hard Drive Space: 40 GB, with at least 15 GB on C:\ (3 GB for the SDK). M.2 or Solid State Drive (SSD) is strongly recommended
  • Other:
     - Administrator Rights (for installation only)
     - Microsoft Core XML Services (MSXML) 6.0
     - Microsoft .NET Framework 4.7.2
     - DirectX 11
     - 1920×1080 minimum screen resolution for primary display
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aeroG Aviation - UV-4 eVTOL UAV (for P3D v4) The UV-4 eVTOL UAV unmanned vehicle, powered by multiple electric motors, is designed to transport cargo via remote pilot operations - here's your chance to pilot it in P3D v4.

This simulation is the most comprehensive aircraft simulation of the UV-4 to date, with a fully researched fly-by-wire system and real-world flight physics.

Download size: 31MB (learn about downloads)

US$19.99
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