The aircraft was designed by company founder Luigi Pascale, and first flew in July 2016. The design has accumulated more than 250 flight hours. P2012 serial number 002 has been configured as a conforming production aircraft and will be the template for P2012 customer production aircraft. The airplane is equipped with Garmin G1000 Nxi avionics and powered by two 375-HP Lycoming piston engines. Besides its 11 seat commuter role, the airplane can be used for VIP transport, cargo, parachuting and medevac, and can be equipped with floats for amphibious operations, the company says. Tecnam said they expect EASA and FAA certification in 2018. The P2012 sells for $2.3 million. Courtesy of AVweb.