enter image description here (Source) This is certainly not the Ampaire 337 or Electric EEL, which is a converted Cessna 337. It looks like a boundary layer ingestor. Being from Ampaire, it probably is electric or hybrid.

I've tried to find more information about this craft, but failed so far, even from their own website (including the linked page). Google seems to think it's a Learjet. I don't think I've been able to find much, if any other photos of this plane.

The foreground seems to indicate this was a real photo taken from another plane, as you can see window sills, details generally absent in renderings (and many show-off photos). I must admit though, that's not the safest flying around.

Even if it's a rendering, it would probably be a concept. I can't even name the plane yet.

It's beautiful.

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    $\begingroup$ This does not appear to be a real picture. It looks computer generated. $\endgroup$ – Dean F. Jun 27 at 17:21
  • $\begingroup$ @DeanF. Are you sure? Notice the window sill in the foreground. I don't usually see such things in CGI $\endgroup$ – Abdullah Jun 27 at 17:24
  • $\begingroup$ I am not sure at all. But it could be a screen capture from simulator software. Do you have a link where you found this? $\endgroup$ – Dean F. Jun 27 at 17:33
  • $\begingroup$ @DeanF. yes, I had one all along. $\endgroup$ – Abdullah Jun 27 at 17:34
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    $\begingroup$ Definitely an artist rendering. The chase plane window sill is placed for realism. $\endgroup$ – Dean F. Jun 27 at 18:01

It's called the Ampaire Tailwind, and as this article explains, it only exists in scale models and renderings at the moment.

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  • $\begingroup$ this sounds like a stupid kind of thing for me to miss $\endgroup$ – Abdullah Jun 27 at 17:55

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