The Ryse Recon is designed more for woods and vineyards, but “Elvis” was right at home in Sin City in this 63-mph eVTOL. No pilot’s license necessary.
The Aska AS5’s wheels are a major differentiator over other electric hovercraft that just take off and land.
RotorX’s Dragon requires no pilot’s license, while promising flight times of 20 minutes at altitudes of 100 feet. Flying too high? It also comes with a parachute.
The airline would be the first to do so.
The new five-passenger Midnight made its public unveiling in California.
Archer says its eVTOL partnership with United Airlines will take the hassle out of travel between large metro airports and city centers. Other eVTOL-airline partners are following.
From Joby Aviation to Porsche, the motorized collaborations trade cash and tech for a glimpse into advanced designs.
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It’s the only two-mode vehicle, says Alef Aeronautics, that handles the road like an automobile and hovers like an eVTOL. Commuters, imagine the possibilities.