A7 Fighter Jet : Futuristic Concept Jet with Timeless, Historical Design by Juan Garcia Mansilla

A7 Fighter Jet is a futuristic concept jet based on WWII aesthetics with advanced technology that we have now. As you can see, the result is awesome sci-fi jet that features historical as well as timeless design. Designed by Juan Garcia Mansilla, he also created a background story for this project.

July 1942, Hydra rules the skies above Nazi Germany after successful covert operation led by Captain America (a.k.a Cap. Steve Rogers). He managed to get into Hydra’s Research Facility where a sample of Tesseact was retrieved and taken to the U.S for weapons development. Howard Stark, together with his team, has produced a series of fighter jet prototypes after months of development, each one is equipped with above technology. After 7 prototypes, a small production has been approved, this’s when Amelia 7 Fighter Jet was born.

Designer : Juan Garcia Mansilla

A7 Fighter Jet by Juan Garcia Mansilla

A7 Fighter Jet by Juan Garcia Mansilla

A7 Fighter Jet by Juan Garcia Mansilla

A7 Fighter Jet by Juan Garcia Mansilla

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A7 Fighter Jet by Juan Garcia Mansilla

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3 thoughts on “A7 Fighter Jet : Futuristic Concept Jet with Timeless, Historical Design by Juan Garcia Mansilla

  1. "A", as in A7, is a Navy, and Air Force, designation for "Attack" aircraft, as in air-to-ground. The designator "A7" has already been used in the Viet Nam-era A7, built by LTV. The services do not reuse designations so A7 is already taken. The current "A"-plane is the A10 Warthog built by Fairchild Republic so any new attack aircraft would be at least the A11.

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