Embraer, the renowned Brazilian aircraft manufacturer, has introduced a captivating transformation for its E195-E2 “Profit Hunter” demo aircraft, taking it from a “Tech Lion” to the all-new “Tech Eagle.” The striking change in livery was initiated by an inventive Embraer employee and showcases the company’s commitment to high-tech excellence and performance.
This evolution in design continues to echo the theme of “Profit Hunter” that Embraer has been promoting, with previous incarnations featuring the likes of sharks, tigers, and snow leopards. The “Tech Eagle” aims to emphasize the advanced technological features and exceptional capabilities of the E2 series.
The aircraft selected for this makeover, registered as PR-ZIQ, is a six-year-old E195-E2, and it underwent its transformation at Maastricht Airport in the Netherlands. The new design retains the metallic brown background, but the lines, letters, and Embraer logo have been elegantly transitioned to a light blue color.
The crowning jewel of the “Tech Eagle” design is the stylized eagle featured on the aircraft’s nose, replacing the previous lion motif. The revamped paintwork is undeniably attention-grabbing, aligning with the aesthetics of another E195-E2 prototype, PR-ZIJ.
Having been used for demonstration flights around the world, this E195-E2, bearing the serial number 19020041, has a passenger cabin with variable seat spacing to cater to its diverse audience. The “Tech Eagle” is slated to make its debut at the Dubai Air Show, scheduled for November 13th to 17th.
Embraer’s creative rebranding of its demo aircraft reinforces its dedication to pushing the boundaries of technology and performance, inspiring airlines and leasing companies to explore the possibilities offered by the E2 series. The “Tech Eagle” is a testament to the company’s innovative spirit and commitment to leaving a lasting impression in the aviation industry.