Forget futuristic concepts and rocket scientists. After a few years of R&D, this scrappy German startup is already flying its eMagic One.
The 4Air is a stylized version of the 4L, one of Europe’s most popular economy cars. But this Renault can fly high over rush-hour traffic.
It also set three new world records, no less.
The personal aircraft has a top speed of 155 mph and a range of 110 miles.
Soar’s primary power will be battery-powered electric engines, but it will also burn liquid-hydrogen fuel to extend its range to three hours.
The aerospace company hopes to set a new world record with the plane.
Overair’s Butterfly has four large propulsors that make it energy efficient—and much quieter than its competitors.
It’ll get you from New York City to the Hamptons—but without all the traffic.