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The Bell CTR-800 was based on the XV-15 tilt-rotor and could carry eight passengers. It had a pressurized fuselage and uprated 2100shp Rolls-Royce/Turbomeca RTM-322 engines.

Technical data for Bell CTR-800:

Wing span: 9.81m, rotor diameter: 7.92m, overall length: 12.65m, take-off weight: 7135kg, cruising speed: 506km/h, range: 1110km

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To the best of my knowledge, the CTR designs emanated from NASA, not from Bell. However, this is a point that surely needs clarification, as there seem to be contradictory sources on the subject.
 

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Artist's impression of Bell Boeing NASA CTR-800 concept.

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Triton - thanks for the great images!
 

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