AeroSphere’s Piper PA-28-180 Cherokee C was designed after the 1960’s model with the square-cut windows and the iconic “Hershey Bar” wing.
This specific model, also known as the “C” variant has a four cylinder carbureted Lycoming O-360 that produces 180HP and is equipped with a two bladed, fixed pitch propeller.
The Cherokee 180 C featured “push-pull” style throttle and mixture controls instead of the throttle quadrant levers that Piper introduced in 1968.
The panel and interior were designed after the same era with updated avionics such as the autopilot and Garmin GPS system that is commonplace among Pipers.
The Piper Cherokee is what started the main line of Piper aircraft today and many of the Piper aircraft trace their roots back to the Cherokee. The original Cherokee was produced with three different horsepower models (150, 160, and 180) thus the “180” denoting which model it is.
The 180 horsepower variant had an empty weight with an autopilot at 1270lbs. and a gross weight at 2400lbs. resulting in a useful load of 1130lbs.
- 4 HD (4096 x 4096) liveries with a plain white texture that can be used for custom paint schemes.
- Steam gauge classic general aviation panel with required instruments for IFR.
- Garmin 530 & 430
- All gauges are 3D
- Detailed flight model and interactive 3D virtual cockpit with animated knobs, buttons etc. cabin door, storm window and front/rear baggage compartment door.
- Toggle button to remove/display yoke
- Compatible with HDR and normal lighting effects
- Many textures taken from the actual aircraft
- Virtual Reality friendly and includes the click regions and hotspots required for VR gameplay.
- FMOD sounds