The European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company (EADS) introduced Cri-Cri, the world's first four-engine all-electric acrobatic aircraft at the Green Aviation Show in Le Bourget, France, in June 2010.
Cri-Cri has been under development for a number of years. At first, it used a gasoline-powered engine, but the latest incarnation is an all-electric acrobatic aircraft with stunt plane quality performance.
Implications - The most luxurious forms of transportation are now opting to include every bell and whistle available -- even eco-friendliness. High class automobiles, planes and boats are pulling out all the stops to make sure that their consumers have a great time using their product and that they feel don't feel guilty about it.
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