The first flight of the Airspeeder Mk3, which is still under development, is scheduled for later this year.
Alauda Aeronautics, an Australian company, has presented the prototype for what will be its first racing flying car, and is set to begin its maiden flight later this year, the company said in Release Released last week.
About Airspeed Mk3, Electric vertical take off and landing vehicle Working remotely And according to its developers, “it is ready to compete.” The company expects to build 10 of these vehicles before the end of the year.
The model is under development for More than three years It is part of the commitment to revolutionize racing sport and, moreover, accelerate the arrival of eVTOL (electric takeoff and vertical landing) technologies, which promise to revolutionize urban passenger mobility, logistics, and even telemedicine.
“This is a historic moment at the dawn of the new mobility revolution,” said company founder Matt Pearson. He promised that “competition drives progress, and our race car series is accelerating the arrival of technologies that will transform clean air passenger transport, with logistics and even advanced air mobility for medical applications.”