The wing uses a new generation of aerodynamic profile (APP) which has the in take located further back on the bottom surface of the wing, and not at the front stagnation point.

The in take directed primarily against the direction of flow on the bottom surface of the wing. This technology results in an increase in internal pressure as the flow velocity is increased, regardless of the position of the front stagnation point.

Meaning that as the angle of attack decreases the flow velocity is increased as well as internal pressure of the wing (Contrary to the “classic” profile).

All of the above is reflected in a wing which is exceptionally stable when accelerated