Advanced Medium Combat Aircraft (AMCA) is an ambitious Indian project aimed at developing a fifth-generation stealth multirole fighter.

Stealth Capabilities: The AMCA is designed with advanced stealth features to minimize its radar cross-section and enhance survivability in contested environments. This includes a combination of shape, materials, and coatings to achieve low observability.

Multirole Capabilities: The AMCA is intended to be a versatile platform capable of performing various roles, including air superiority, ground attack, electronic warfare, and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) missions.

Supercruise Capability: Supercruise refers to the ability to sustain supersonic flight without the need for afterburners. This capability enhances the aircraft's range and persistence in high-speed missions.

 Advanced Avionics: The AMCA is expected to feature a state-of-the-art avionics suite, including advanced radar systems, sensors, communication equipment, and electronic warfare systems. This would provide superior situational awareness and mission effectiveness.

AESA Radar: The AMCA may be equipped with an Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radar, offering improved target detection, tracking, and electronic warfare capabilities compared to traditional radar systems.

Internal Weapons Bay: To maintain its stealth profile, the AMCA is likely to have internal weapons bays, allowing it to carry a variety of munitions internally while reducing its radar signature.

 Maneuverability and Agility: The AMCA's design is likely to focus on high maneuverability and agility, incorporating advanced flight control systems to ensure optimal performance in air-to-air engagements.

 Glass Cockpit: The aircraft is expected to have a modern glass cockpit with advanced displays and controls, facilitating intuitive pilot interaction and enhancing overall situational awareness.

 Environmental Awareness and Sustainability: The AMCA may incorporate features for reduced environmental impact, fuel efficiency, and sustainability, aligning with global trends toward more eco-friendly military aviation.