Aska’s new urban air mobility vehicle is not an air taxi. It’s a commuter craft that hovers out of city centers and ends up in your driveway.
Terrafugia’s Transition has a Special Light-Sport Aircraft certificate, but the US company needs to finish the car to make it street legal.
The designers plan to launch it on the Formula 1 circuits as soon as 2023.
The Firenze Lanciare cruises at 500 mph as a jet and can out-accelerate a Lamborghini on the ground. It’s a whole new category of flying car.
The startup’s prototype successfully completed its first flight in Slovakia last week.
A 15-minute ride on the company’s VoloCity aircraft will cost $355.
The startup plans to turn the prototype into a commercial model by 2023.
New Hampshire becomes the first state to pass a law regulating these alternative vehicles, as they come closer to production.
SkyDrive is projected to fly at up to 1,640 feet at 62 mph for 12 miles, or a more efficient cruise speed of 37 mph for 20 miles.