Super sonic business jet
In 2014, the design was updated as the Aerion AS2 , with length and takeoff weight increased to accommodate customer requests.  
Since 2003, Aerion Supersonic has pioneered new technologies to make supersonic flight practical and efficient. Today, Aerion is working with Lockheed Martin and GE Aviation to develop the world’s first supersonic business jet. New aerodynamics, new engines, and the capabilities of the largest producer of supersonic aircraft come together in the Mach 1.4 AS2® business jet. We’re creating a revolution in travel.
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Since 2003, Aerion Supersonic has pioneered new technologies to make supersonic flight practical and efficient. Today, Aerion is working with Lockheed Martin and GE Aviation to develop the world’s first supersonic business jet. New aerodynamics, new engines and the capabilities of the largest producer of supersonic aircraft come together in the Mach 1.4 AS2 business jet, creating a revolution in travel.
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BOOMLESS CRUISE (sm) flight is feasible at speeds approaching Mach 1.2, depending on atmospheric conditions, principally temperature and wind. Post certification, Aerion will work with certifying authorities to approve this cruise capability.
Characters from both the Mario and Sonic franchises are set to appear; both as playable characters as well as game elements such as rivals and referees. Four entirely new characters were revealed along with the E3 2019 Nintendo presentation. There are a total of of 36 playable characters on the starting roster 26 veteran characters that appeared in previous franchises and 10 new characters; the most in any other game within the series. Including within this is the Mii who is able to wear various outfits.
Behavior is a new aspect of the Mario & Sonic Olympic Games franchise which heavily influences how CPU players are played within events and activities. Certain behaviors will influence the game negatively or positively. In the case of team events, mixing them will help improve the chemistry of the team.
Rival Events are a new type of event mode that pits players against a rival found within the the roster. A Rival Event pits the player against a rival character in a particular event.
Shadow the Hedgehog , also known as "The Ultimate Lifeform," is a recurring character in the Sonic the Hedgehog series of games and related media. First introduced in Sonic Adventure 2 as a villain, he soon took on the role of anti-hero, becoming yet another rival of Sonic. Because of his nature, he has also become a fan favorite, especially among those who discovered the series after SEGA ceased production of the Dreamcast .
After the success of Sonic Adventure , it was only natural to assume that a sequel would be produced. Hoping that the game would be what Sonic the Hedgehog 2 was for the Mega Drive , a portion of the team responsible for the first Adventure title was sent off to work at SEGA of America. Dubbed "Sonic Team USA," it was led by Director Takashi Iizuka , while Yuji Naka remained back in Japan to work on other properties, including Phantasy Star Online . With the team in place, brainstorming soon began on what form Sonic Adventure 2 would take.
Early on, it was decided that one of the main themes of the game would be the dichotomy between good and evil, and to help explore that the creators came up with new characters that would both assist Dr. Eggman and challenge the established cast of heroes. Though Yuji Uekawa was tasked drawing the final design of the character, it was Iizuka who came up with the idea to use a dark, anti-hero figure who was similar to Sonic in shape but not in personality. When being designed, his original name was Terios, which translates to "reflection of," more than likely to play off the hero/villain dynamic within the game.