The MUI is an electric racing aircraft developed for Air Race E.
It uses forward swept wings to improve aerodynamic efficiency and manoeuvrability with an inverted tail-plane to reduce frontal area. Two motors drive two small contra-rotating propellers in a coaxial arrangement.
The proposed composite airframe is able to tolerate loads between +6G and -3.65G with an airspeed limited to 285 knots / 320 mph.
TeamNL wanted a conventional design for the Air Race E Series, which follows the regulations and focuses on optimal aerodynamics using CFD analysis.