The requirements of the aircraft are to carry two pilots, a cruising speed of 140 km/h with a top speed of 180km/h. Propulsion is by two 20kw electric motors, each weighing about 12 kg, driving propeller blades which fold back to reduce drag during unpowered flight.

The low weight and small size of the motors gave rise to the configuration of the aircraft: the motors are located at the top of the tail, at the ends of the empennage. Such an aerodynamic configuration ensures free and undisturbed airflow around the wing and fuselage, being unaffected by propeller-generated turbulence, improving the energetic and aerodynamic performance. The high-mounted propellers remove any risk of contact with the ground during takeoff and landing.

This configuration also allows the adoption of a simple and lightweight glider-style centre-line wheel; stability on the ground is ensured by two small wheels, one at each extremity of the tail. The short fuselage widens towards the lift-generating tail section, making for a low stall speed, which in turn translates into short takeoff and landing distances.