BRsim Designs is back with a brand new airplane for Microsoft Flight Simulator. After the Bonanza H35 V-tail, Debonair 35, and EMB200 Ipanema, Bruno Reichert has now released what was once claimed to be the world’s safest plane: the ERCO Ercoupe 415C.
The Ercoupe is an old American monoplane. It was designed during the 1930s, but only entered the commercial market after World War II, where it saw quick success with more than 4.300 units produced in 1946 alone.
The Ercoupe was marketed at the time as “The World’s Safest Plane”, due to its limited stall and spin characteristics. It was actually the first aircraft certified as “unable to spin” by the Civil Aeronautics Administration. Another unique feature of this airplane is the lack of rudder pedals: only the control wheel was used to fly the Ercoupe.
BRsim Designs is now bringing the Ercoupe to MSFS with another good-looking model, similarly to the developer’s previous releases. The Ercoupe saw plenty of different versions and configurations, but BRsim has recreated a post-WWII model with a 75hp Continental C75 engine.
The Ercoupe 415C is now available for MSFS with detailed textures, a fully functional cockpit (except circuit breakers), a unique flight model with limited stall and spin behavior, and more. 6 liveries and 4 panel color are also available.
BRsim Designs appears to have come out with another interesting little airplane! If the Ercoupe piqued your interest, head to Simmarket and grab your copy for around $26.
- 6 Liveries
- 8K full PBR textures
- High quality 3d modelling and animations
- Flight model with limited stall and spin characteristics
- All switches, lever and knobs operable (except circuit breakers)
- 4 panel colors (Blue, Black, Red and Yellow)
- Optional and subtle panel vibrations
- Subtle tail and aileron vibrations
- Radio and Transponder
- Rotating beacon lights
- Optional landing gear fairing and cockpit cover
- Static Elements (chocks, tie down, etc)
- Options Tablet to control the airplane custom options
- Save state system for the airplane custom options
- Documentation and checklist (including MSFS checklist)