This New Electric ‘Flying Car’ Can Be Piloted With a Driver’s License—and It Will Fit in Your Garage
With its intuitive cockpit, Doroni says you only need 20 hours of flight training and a license to fly its H1.
The Z2 shares the first-generation Zeva Zero’s saucer shape, but will be more efficient and faster.
The two-passenger aircraft has a base range of 100 miles.
Urban electric air taxis will have their place. But these vertical takeoff-and-landing hybrids could pioneer a new category in regional transport.
The single-seater can fly for up to 25 miles at speeds of up to 58 mph.
Lilium’s seven-seater looks cool, but critics think current battery technology could limit the aircraft’s potential as a regional commuter.
After Covid grounded its ambitions, a new breed of piloted race series looks to climb out of stall mode.
Horizon Aircraft has built a half-sized prototype of its Cavorite X5 concept.
It’s designed to shuttle four VIPs (and their luggage) between congested cities.