The company hopes to start delivering them to customers by the end of 2025.
"Today's flight is a major step in XPENG's exploration of future mobility."
"No pilot’s license required—all you’ll need is a valid driver’s license and completion of a 20-hour training course (which we’ll provide) to get started."
It can can reach a top speed of 63 miles per hour and costs $92,000.
You drive it from your garage to a nearby airport. Once there, the wings swing out and the tail extends in under three minutes.
Echoing their younger counterparts, robots, flying and autonomous cars are among the technology adults were most excited about.
The aircraft is powered by eight electric motors, has a flight time of 20 minutes, and can reach a top speed of 63mph.
Motoring giant Suzuki has signed a partnership to commercialize personal vehicles – with models to take flight in 2025.
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