After months of development, India finally has a strategic bomber to strike far-away targets. When prototypes were being evaluated, this design came out clearly in the lead. Equipped with the latest in terrain-following radar, experimental Aetha radar, and guidance systems; it is a worldbeater.
About this creation
So designated because it is India's first strategic bomber, the B-1 nevertheless greatly resembles the earlier American B-1. Turns out that the developing company handled outsourced circuitry for the aircraft and somehow obtained the full schematic. Several years and a few breakthroughs later, here she is.
Though fixed-winged and a bit shorter, the B-1 still has all the maneuverability and speed of its predecessor. A little more, it turns out, having a massive wing surface area that allows landing speeds as low as 89 mph and top speeds over Mach 1.2.
When it finally came off the production lines, India realized she had more than a strategic bomber, she had a weapon of strategic deterrence. With capabilities to carry the 'X' bomb, 3/4 of the world is now within a two-hour flight.
Here's where I take the typical 'LEGO' approach and save face by saving money. This is actually one passenger short of a full crew, and it was a little too short to be to scale.