A surprising new aircraft release today from developer BRsim Designs, who has just released a depiction of an early model of the iconic Beechcraft Bonanza for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The Debonair 35-E33 is now available, from the same developer who brought us the curious Embraer EMB 202 Ipanema.
The Bonanza is a famous and highly successful series of general aviation airplanes and it’s still being produced today after its introduction in 1947. It’s also available in MSFS as a default airplane from Asobo (further improved with the freeware Bonanza Turbo mod), but BRsim Designs is now launching a different model, one of the earliest that was offered with the conventional tail instead of the V-tail.
The Debonair 35-E33 was produced in the late 1960s. Only 116 were built, powered by a 225hp IO-470K Continental engine.
BRsim Designs is promising a high-quality interior and exterior model, featuring 4K textures and full PBR materials. Apparently, every switch and knob is operational, even the circuit breakers, which bodes well for a realistic simulation of this aircraft.
The developer has included some optional elements such as wheel chocks, pilot and engine covers, which can be toggled through an options panel. Doors and windows are also animated. There’s even a manual and support for the interactive MSFS checklist system. Quite a comprehensive package!
The Debonair 35 from BRsim Designs is now available from Simmarket for around $30 / €30.
High detailed interior and exterior 3d models
4k textures with full pbr materials
Custom interior night lightining with individual spotlight for each instrument.
All switches, knobs, levers and handlers operable (including push to test lights and circuit breakers)
Default gps, transponder, autopilot, radio panel, cdi and adf
Static elements (wheel chocks, pitot cover and engine cover)
Optional digital attitude indicator and optional winglets (above tip tanks)
Airplane options panel to control static elements, baggage door, winglets and digital attitude indicator)
Baggage objects visibility according to baggage station weight
Operable doors and window
Extra wing tip tanks (120 us. Gallon total)
Fuel transfer system for the tip tanks
Documentation and checklist (including MSFS checklist)