XM2 PURSUIT debuts state-of the-art Tango II drone


XM2 PURSUIT, a leading global aerial solution provider catering to film, visual effects, television and infrastructure industries, announced today the release of Tango II, its newest aircraft for commercial and industrial use. Superior to its groundbreaking XM2 Tango predecessor, the Tango II is the only drone aircraft of its kind to satisfy all needs for film and industrial applications.

Designed and constructed by XM2 PURSUIT’s expert teams of aerial pilots and engineers, Tango II was created with a strong knowledge of film and industrial applications. The result is a powerful and safe platform capable of lifting a wide variety of payloads – including cinematography cameras, VFX and industrial sensors, as well as lighting rigs.

The new Tango II offers a number of unique features built for the serious drone operator, including:

“Our new Tango II aircraft doubles down on performance, allowing pilots to enjoy integrated autonomous flight capabilities with the unmatched benefits of extended flight times and heavy payloads,” said Stephen Oh, leader of XM2 PURSUIT. “When paired with our proprietary XM2 Helix flight controller, Tango II provides freedom and flexibility to experienced drone operators while achieving superb flight characteristics up to a range of 40 kilometers.”

Recent XM2 Tango television and film credits include: “No Time to Die,” “Fast & Furious 9,” “Westworld” and “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.” To learn more about the Tango II aircraft capabilities, availability and pricing, please visit https://xm2store.com/