A year after the successful launch of the V 2, Hov-Co announces the V 3.
The V 3 is a departure from the V 2 in that it's design incorporates ports, hooks, and other mini attachment points for things such as IV's and medical monitoring equipment. The V 3's are the first models designed for long term use.
At the top of the picture we have the accidentally released "V 3". About 1000 of these units were sold to the public as "The new V 3". This was an error. They were supposed to be pre-production test models to be given to Hov-Co's public beta testers. This models only difference with the "V 3.1" is that it can only go as high as 150 feet. Off to the right is the V 3.1. This is the true V 3 model, but Hov-Co left it as V 3.1 to avoid confusion. This unit has a 300 ft clearance, with a 200 mph speed limit. It can go 150 miles between charges and hold up to 1000 lbs. Off to the left is model V 3.2. This model has a movable canopy put on it for streamlining and protection. This model was so successful that several dealers ran out of them and their associated free upgrades on the first day of it's release. This unit is able to hover at a speed of 225 mph with a 1250 lb limit. Otherwise it's identical to the others in the V 3 series.http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/seeke ... hcv301.jpg
Back view.http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/seeke ... hcv302.jpg
Finally done. Bet the set is obvious now. Going to cut down on the amount of typing. My carpo-tunnel and arthritis is complaining about it. Hopefully I'll get V 4 up so I can show you the paper I'm working off of.