Eurofighter Typhoon



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The Eurofighter Typhoon is the world's most capable multi-role air dominance platform, developed by a consortium of European partners to provide unparalleled air defence and strike attack capability against any foe.

The Typhoon is a twin-engine, supersonic, multi-role military aircraft produced by Eurofighter, a German-based consortium of Airbus Defense and Space of Germany and Spain, BAE Systems of the United Kingdom, and Italy’s Leonardo. The Typhoon took its first flight on March 27, 1994, was introduced to service on August 4, 2003, and is used by a number of militaries throughout the world, including those of Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, Singapore, Qatar, Kuwait, and South Korea, among a number of others. With advanced avionics, radar, and targeting systems, 13 hardpoints, and the ability to carry a large array of weapons, the Typhoon can undertake a large field of missions, including air superiority, close air support, electronic warfare, armed reconnaissance, deep strike, and others. The aircraft is a single-seat design, with twin-seat variants for training.

The Typhoon features a canard design with a delta-shaped main wing that has a span of 35 feet, 11 inches, a bubble canopy that lies above the aircraft’s forewing, and an advanced, all-glass cockpit. The Typhoon is powered by two Eurojet EJ200 afterburning turbofan engines that each produce 13,000 pounds of thrust in military power and 20,000 with full afterburner. The design, combined with the twin powerplants, gives the aircraft remarkable performance throughout its entire speed range, from near stall at sea level, to Mach 2.0 tens of thousands of feet aloft.

A stunning looker that is rich in military capability, the Eurofighter Typhoon is, at its core, an aviator’s performer. Roar into the sky, pull back on the stick, and race upwards at a climb rate of an astounding 62,600 feet per minute. With a range of 1,800 miles, a ceiling of 65,000 feet, and remarkable control and maneuverability, the Typhoon allows limitless opportunities to build and refine piloting skills.


Changelog 0.2.6:


Changelog 0.2.4

Visually enhanced all cockpit buttons (especially the MDE which previously lacked buttons). Added animations and sounds to all buttons. Redesigned the main frames of the MHDD to give them more depth, similar to the real model. Reviewed shaders for many components. Increased the geometry detail of the HUD glass. Revised ambient occlusion effects for some textures.

Completely redesigned the exhaust system, modifying the visual effects of the afterburners as a result.

Corrected the rudder animation.

Blended lines and rivets with the base color of the fuselage.

General revision of the PBR textures for the entire model.