A Chinese company has successfully tested a flying car in Dubai. 2 people can travel in this futuristic car at a time. This car does not emit any kind of pollution.
It is said that people live a fast life in cities. Employees working in corporate offices often face problems like traffic on the road. Due to which the employees are late in reaching the office. Especially if the employees going to office by car get stuck in traffic, their day also gets tired. A solution to all these problems is coming. People will no longer have to be stuck in traffic for minutes. Because a Chinese company in Dubai has successfully tested a flying car. Let’s know what is the concept of this flying car.
According to Khaleej Times, Chinese technology and electric vehicle manufacturer – Xpeng tested the world’s first flying electric taxi. To make people’s lives easier, these companies gave a glimpse of what the future could be like with cars.
After taking off from Skydive Dubai, the X2 flying car completed its test flight, ushering in a brand new exciting era of short-distance trips and intelligence mobility solutions.
Khaleej Times reported that the autonomous 2-seater flying car has a maximum take-off weight of 760 kg, an empty weight of 560 kg and a top flight speed of 130 km/h. The car has a 35-minute flight time and is made of premium carbon fiber and has an airframe fitted with a parachute.
Two passengers can travel in this car at a time. This is not the first flying car, many cars have been built before. However, only a handful of people’s cars have been successfully tested.
The most recent version of the flying car is the futuristic Electric Vertical Takeoff and Landing Vehicle (eVTOL), which has autonomous flight capabilities and an intelligence flight control system. The X2 is designed for low-altitude cities and produces no carbon dioxide.
According to Khaleej Times, flying cars will be available for commercial use in the next 2 to 3 years. It depends on how quickly we can adapt to a commercialized urban aviation infrastructure, said Omar Abdul Aziz Al Khan, executive director of international offices at the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Further tests of the flying car will take place in Dubai, and then it will be commercialized.