The Fauvel AV.50 Lutin (originally designated the AV.61) was a design for an unorthodox light aircraft produced in France in the 1970s. Like other designs by Charles Fauvel it was a tailless design with a reverse-delta wing. In this case it was a single-seater intended to be powered by a converted Volkswagen engine. Only one example was known to have been under construction by 1977 in Australia.
Made by Homebuilt aircraft.