Foreward: Crushing your expectations.
The "Supersonic" in the title refers to the speed at which the ends of the rotors are travelling, not that the helicopter is itself capable of exceeding the speed of sound, not even in Titanian gravity.
The group I'm in (Hi, Misora, et al,) where we're all playing Scum, recently found ourselves getting stuck into a situation which was was above us in an effort to acquire vast quantities of CHON - basic resources - on Titan ahead of going on a long space journey. My character, a roboticist/armorer by trade, was casting about for opportunities to employ her skills in trade to a microcorp in exchange for large quantities of feedstock. I found a microcorp up in the Titanian arctic which was looking around for a robotics solution to their throughput proble. Bear in mind, the full extent of the clusterfuckery they had gotten themselves in to did not become apparent until we were all fully stuck-in and we realized just how smegging much material they needed to move.
In the end, we progressed from this synthmorph chopper, blew straight past a cargo-plane sized cargo chopper, and determined that the fastest, most cost-effective way to resolve their issue was actually to pull out all the stops on their nanofabricators, deploy seeds of large, industrial nanofabricators out in the wilderness that would begin churning out robotic earthmovers and construction vehicles, and deploy an old-school style railroad network, as in, wheels on tracks.
They needed to move seriously gargantuan quantities of material, and were looking for a robotic solution when they needed industrial engineers and logistics experts, and needed them from the start. They had massive resource output and processing, but no good means to get the resources from the extraction/refineries to their central distribution hub.
But I digress; although in the end, November Bravo would not turn out to be the solution to their problem, we had all invested so much thought and time into conjuring it (IC and OOC) that we decided to finish the morph - again, IC and OOC. So here it is, straight off the design labs of a pile of Scum robotics and aerospace engineers.
And no, I'm not going to try to recreate all that formatting on the forums.