Cessna 400 TTx V16 This model was originally built in Max 13 near to scale (within 3-4% of scale) and fully textured. It comes with all the materials and textures shown in renderings here. It is available in several formats for a wide variety of end users. This model comes with many different liveries. It is built to be used in in-flight or airport ground animations and video or simulation. It can also be used to populate an airport scene. The model has animated propeller. It also has animateable ailerons, flaps, rudder, and elevators. The cockpit is semi detailed including control grips, engine controls, rudder pedals, seating and instrument panel.
The Cessna 400, now marketed as the TTx, is a single-engine, fixed-gear, low-wing general aviation aircraft built from composite materials. Designed originally as a home built kit called the Lancair. It was in production as the Columbia 400 until 2013 when acquired by Cessna. From 2013 the aircraft was built as the Cessna TTx Model T240. It has dual entry doors on either side of the aircraft. The aircraft is also very aerodynamically slick and sporty in appearance. It represents the latest in cockpit instrumentation using the Garmin suite. This is truly a modern aircraft in every sense of the word.