The vehicle is composed of two configurations, the CubeLauncher-configuration (an analogue between CubeSat-satellites, for launch vehicles, with 10 kg payload for the LEO), and the SmallLauncher-configuration (a 100 kg payload to LEO version, 20 kg in TLI).
This technology makes possible to reduce production costs more than any other current launcher. The launch price at the first commercial flight will be already ½ the current market, with an even better perspectives in the long term. This technology could be a possible game-changer for space flight. This can drastically reduce R&D times and costs, increase the efficiency of the vehicle and minimize the environmental impact thanks to the use of biofuels. But much more than this, two are the main relevant consequences: costs and safety.
Top space vehicles on the market could reach tens of € per kg, a price 1/1000 the current one, capable of completely transform space access. Moreover, the technology allow also much safer launch operations, thanks indeed to the extreme lightness that this development allows, a safe abortion protocol with parachutes is also possible. Allowing a safe launch from any area, even inland, and therefore spreading worldwide orbital access capabilities.