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  • 1. May 20, 2014 Electrical Products Group Conference 2014 Scott Donnelly Chairman & CEO
  • 2. 22 Forward-Looking Information Certain statements in todays discussion will be forward-looking statements, including those that discuss strategies, goals, outlook or other non-historical matters; or project revenues, income, returns or other financial measures. These forward-looking statements speak only as of the date on which they are made, and we undertake no obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements are subject to risks and uncertainties that may cause actual results to differ materially from those contained in the statements, including the risks and uncertainties set forth under our full disclosure located at the end of this presentation and included in our SEC filings.
  • 3. 33 2013 Revenue $12.1B Cessna Aircraft Beechcraft Hawker Textron Aviation 23% Bell Helicopter Bell 37% Textron Leading Branded Businesses E-Z-GO Greenlee Jacobsen Kautex Industrial 25% Textron Financial Finance 1% Weapons & Sensors Unmanned Aircraft Systems Marine & Land Mission Support TRU Simulation + Training Textron Systems 14%
  • 4. 4 Investing for future growth organically and through acquisitions Commitment to Future Growth Scorpion Hybrid ISR/Strike Aircraft Sherman & Reilly PT7500 Puller Tensioner Mechtronix FFS X Simulator Beechcraft King Air 350i
  • 5. 5 Aircraft Sales 33% Aftermarket67% Broader selection of products, larger service footprint Textron Aviation Cessna $2.8 Billion (2013 Revenue) Aircraft Sales 33% Aftermarket 53% Beechcraft ~$1.8 Billion (2013 Revenue) 31%Defense16%
  • 6. 6 33% Textron Aviation Jets Mustang M2 CJ2+/CJ3/CJ4 XLS+ Sovereign+ Citation X+ Turboprop King Air 350i King Air 250 King Air C90 Caravan Grand Caravan EX T-6/AT-6 Broad product offering with large installed base Piston 172S Skyhawk SP J182 Turbo Skylane JT-A Cessna TTx T206H Turbo Stationair Baron Bonanza Installed Base Over 9,000 Installed Base Over 9,000 Installed Base Over 180,000
  • 7. Citation Sovereign + Citation M2 Citation X+ Turbo Skylane JT-A Cessna TTx Grand Caravan EX Six New Products - 2013 and 2014 Investing for Growth
  • 8. State of the art cockpit Garmin G5000 Largest Citation cabin 72 height Flat floor Clarity cabin connectivity Speed 440 knots Outstanding short field performance 4,000 ft Range 2,500 nautical miles Industrys best cabin value - $16.2M Redefines space between XLS+ and Sovereign+ NetJets purchase agreement up to 150 units Completed first flight and reached maximum performance on third flight -February 2014 Citation Latitude Expected EIS 2015
  • 9. 99 Industrial $3.0 Billion (2013 Revenue) Greenlee $446 million E-Z-GO & Jacobsen $713 million Kautex $1,853 million Focused on new products, cost productivity and geographic expansion
  • 10. 1010 TUG Technologies Corporation Significant cost and sales synergy opportunities Acquired 5/2/14 Part of E-Z-GO business unit Products Cargo & tow tractors Belt loaders Pushback vehicles Air-starts Ground power units Mobile heating and air- conditioning units
  • 11. 1111 Industrial New Products Jacobsen AR722T Diesel Turf Mower New products drive growth and profitability Cushman Titan XD Bad Boy Buggies Ambush iS
  • 12. 1212 Tactical Wheeled Vehicles Training & Test Equipment Unmanned Systems Marine Air-to- Ground Weapons Aircraft Engines Unmanned Aircraft Systems Marine & Land Systems 40% 24% 19% Textron Systems $1.7 Billion (2013 Revenue) Expand global presence and customer base worldwide Weapons & Sensors Battlespace Awareness & Intelligence Software Command & Control Technologies 18% Mission Support Intelligent Networked Ground Systems Unattended Ground Sensors
  • 13. 1313 Expected to approach 50% by 2015 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% $0 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $600 $700 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 International Revenue % International International Revenue $ Millions International % of Revenue Reflecting SFW, land vehicles and UAS. Textron Systems - International Revenues
  • 14. 14 Unmanned Aircraft Systems Shadow M2 Shadow Aerosonde Unmanned Aircraft Systems Command and Control Stations One System Ground Control Station (GCS) One System Remote Video Terminal Universal GCS iCommand
  • 15. 15 Marine & Land Land COMMANDO Family of Vehicles Survivable Combat Tactical Vehicle Maritime Ship-to-Shore Connector Landing Craft, Air Cushion Motor Life Boat Common Unmanned Surface Vessel (CUSV) Canadian TAPV Navy Ship-to-Shore Connector CUSV
  • 16. 16 Precision Weapons & Sensors Area Weapons Sensor Fuzed Weapon CLean Area Weapon Area Denial Spider Scorpion Sensors Unattended Ground Sensors MicroObserver Battlehawk Protection Systems Reentry Vehicles Advanced Weapons BattleHawk Loitering Munition Guided CLean Area Weapons Sensor Fuzed Weapon (SFW)
  • 17. 17 TRU Simulation + Training Operator and Aircraft Training C-17 maintenance training B-1B Aircrew and Maintenance Training support F-22 Maintenance Trainers F-35 Maintenance Trainer Shadow Crew Trainer (SCT) B-1B Weapon System Trainer Full Flight Simulators Odyssey 9 Light BizJet Odyssey 10 Air Transport Control Loading Proprietary Subsystems REALCue eMOTION REALFeel Integrated Training Solutions 2D Tools FPT (3D Tools) FTD FFT XU FFS X Odyssey 10 CJ1+ Flight Simulator New business established in 2013 to pursue attractive growth market
  • 18. 206L4 407 412 18 MilitaryCommercial V-22 Osprey OH-58D Kiowa Installed Base: 3,000 ~$2.7 Billion; 60%~$1.8 Billion; 40% Installed Base: 10,300 Executing on Balanced Growth Bell Helicopter $4.5 Billion (2013 Revenues) 429 Huey II AH-1Z - Viper UH-1Y - Venom
  • 19. Customer Service and Support 19 Spares Accessories Completions Repair & Overhaul Training Academy Field Services Depot Maintenance Electronic Logbook Bell is the Industry standard for support #1 in Customer Support 20 years in a row ProPilot 8 years in a row AIN Largest support network 116 approved customer service facilities in over 35 countries Well positioned to support our customers wherever they operate Supporting installed base of 13,300 Strategically co-locating with Cessna #1 Ranked Global Customer Support
  • 20. New Super Medium category Bestinclass payload range capability Bestinclass cabin and cargo volumes coupled with flexible cabin layout options Bestinclass crew visibility First commercial helicopter with proven fly-by-wire flight controls First helicopter with Garmin G5000H avionics Avionics, fly-by-wire and crew visibility comprise new ARC Horizon Cockpit System resulting in unparalleled overall situational awareness increasing safety margins First flight planned for 2014 Bell 525 Relentless Speed 155 Knots Range 500+ NM MGW 19,300+ Lbs Useful Load 7,400+ Lbs Passengers up to 20 525 with ARC Horizon Cockpit System
  • 21. Bell 505 Jet Ranger X Cost-competitive, entry- level aircraft Bestinclass awareness wit