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supercruise

An aircraft cruising at supersonic speeds without the use of an afterburner.
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The jet is capable of Mach 1.82 during supercruise, or sustained supersonic flight without afterburners, and able to reach speeds over Mach 2 with afterburners.
This may be enough power to allow the J-20 to engage in low supersonic supercruise at Mach 1-1.2 speeds.
The first of Cadillac's new offerings will be a semi-autonomous driving system called Supercruise. It will be available as an option by the end of the year in Cadillac's flagship sedan, the 2018 CT6.
Equipped with precision guided weapons and abilities like Supercruise', it is one of the best fighter jets in the world.
The aircraft boasting advanced avionics, stealth technology, supermaneuverability and supercruise made its first flight in 2000 but the project was soon shut down.
The vehicle features a 'SuperCruise' adaptive, semi-autonomous cruise control system, which coordinates active lane keeping, adaptive cruise control, and emergency braking to allow for essentially hands-free highway driving or commuting.
The 38-tonne Lockheed Martin F-22A Raptor combines all-round stealth, Mach 1.8 supercruise and sensor fusion to provide the US Air Force (and no other) with short range air dominance and some ground attack capability in access-restricted areas.
Critics have observed that the F-35 is a single-engine craft unable to "supercruise" like the apparently more advanced F-22.
Supercruise to Liverpool by car from PS149 return for an extended day trip for a car and up to 4 passengers.
OFFER 2 EXTENDED DAY TRIP BY CAR TO LIVERPOOL FROM ONLY PS149 RETURN* Supercruise to Liverpool by car from PS149 return for an extended day trip for a car and up to 4 passengers.