The VD200 is a vertical take-off and landing unmanned aerial vehicle under development by China's Chengdu Aircraft Research and Design Institute (CARDI). The flying wing designed UAV was revealed on Chinese state television on March 22, 2016.

The UAV will feature a wingspan of 4.6 m, is 1.8 m long, and weighs 200 kg.  With twin rotors, the UAV carries a payload of 20 kg and can fly at up to 260 km/h out to a radius of 150 km, with an endurance of three hours.

The tail-sitter design will be offered in a maritime version and is similar to that of DARPA's TERN concept.