Mistral Engine Company

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Mistral Engine Company is a Swiss firm formed in 2001 with the purpose of developing engines for light aircraft and helicopters. Its headquarters is in Geneva, Switzerland. A wholly owned subsidiary company is headquartered in DeLand, Florida.

Product line[edit]

  • Mistral G-190
  • Mistral G-230
  • Mistral G-360
  • Mistral G-300 - a three-lobe wankel engine rated at 300 hp (224 kW) in normally aspirated configuration and at 360 hp (269 kW) with optional turbocharging
  • Mistral K-300 - similar to the G-300 but configured to use kerosene (jet fuel) instead of gasoline
  • Mistral G-200 - a two-lobe wankel engine rated at 200 hp (149 kW) in normally aspirated configuration and at 230 hp (172 kW) with optional turbocharging
  • Mistral K-200 - similar to the G-200 but configured to use kerosene (jet fuel) instead of gasoline

References[edit]

http://www.mistral-engines.com/Company/History