Maca’s Carcopter S11, shown at CES, will be the only air racer powered by hydrogen fuel cells. The company says it’ll be race-ready in 2023.
Bellwether’s Volar is a cool concept. But as its half-scale demonstrator begins flight testing, it could become a real flying Bond car.
Vox’s fixed wings have four embedded rotors for vertical takeoff and a separate propeller for forward thrust, giving it a 300-knot top end.
Alice’s zero-carbon emissions and quietness are competitive pluses in the light-jet world, but the lower range and speed could be downsides.
The Macrobat looks like a character in “Angry Birds,” but its designers say the legs and tractor-treads on its feet provide off-road access.
The Zeva Zero is a one-person, disc-shaped eVTOL that can fly you at 160 mph and then fit into a conventional car parking space.
Archer’s Maker just got the green light from the FAA for test flights, while EHang’s eVTOL will enter commercial service in China in months.
The French-designed Ascendance AETA uses hybrid propulsion, with electric for vertical take off and landing, and diesel for forward flight.
Forget futuristic concepts and rocket scientists. After a few years of R&D, this scrappy German startup is already flying its eMagic One.