Terrafugia: First flying car to go in production in 2019
Terrafugia, a flying car developer owned by Geely, has announced that they will be ready to begin production on a two-seated VTOL named Transition with a hybrid system next year. Details to price and performance have not been released yet.Weiterlesen
Aston Martin & RR both envisioning luxurious air taxis
Aston Martin presents the Vision Volante Concept, a study of a premium VTOL with hybrid propulsion. Whether the three-seater will ever take-off on a mass scale is uncertain. Yet Aston is on to something as Rolls-Royce also issued their version of an air taxi.Weiterlesen
AirSpaceX presents flying electric taxi for four at NAIAS
AirSpaceX, previews its electric flying cab Mobi-One in Detroit. The VTOL is to carry up to 4 passengers plus luggage between airports and U.S. cities with roll-out set for 2026.Weiterlesen
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Flying car ahead.
The flying car Aeromobil 3.0 was presented in Vienna, Austria. It needs only 200 meters for take-off and a mere 50 meters for landing. The final price is said to fall “somewhere in between the price of a supercar and a small plane”. Unfortunately it’s not electric.