The design and approach set for the HY4 doesn't seem to be any different. The HY4 is designed in collaboration with the University of Ulm, plane maker Pipistrel, and fuel cell company, Hydrogenics. The goal is for it to be a four-seater aircraft, with a fuel cell providing 80 kilowatts of power. The maximum expected speed is 125 mph, with a standard cruising speed of around 90 mph. The aircraft’s total expected weight is 3,300 pounds, and it will have a flight range of between 450 and 900 miles. Those are all good traits in a plane, if the HY4 can pull them off, but what’s most striking about all of that is the weird plane body it wants to use: a long wing, with two separate, two-person pods, and a single engine in the center.