Tuesday, February 27, 2024

“Flying Car” Designs Debut in Las Vegas & to be Mass Produced Specifically for Individuals

At the just-ended Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2024 in Las Vegas, Chinese automaker XPeng’s electric aviation business arm AeroHT shared new details regarding two of its “flying cars.”

On top of living demonstrations of its eVTOL flying supercar, XPeng AeroHT said its modular flying car will be available for preorders in the fourth quarter, with plans to begin mass production and delivery to individual users in the last quarter of 2025.

As Xpeng Aeroht’s second breakthrough vehicle, the electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) flying car made its international debut at the CES, demonstrating the transition between terrestrial and aerial modes.

The vehicle boasts a two-part design, with the air module facilitating vertical takeoff for low-altitude flights, while the ground module, which envelops the air module, allowing for ground transportation.

Beyond helping individual drivers take to the air, the modular flying car holds potential for public services like emergency rescue, satisfying both public and private demand, the company said.

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