Flying Cars

XPeng Aeroht's X2 flying car gets go-ahead to fly in Dubai
XPeng Aeroht's X2 is about to make its first overseas public flight in Dubai. ...
Volkswagen China unveils flying vehicle prototype V.MO, joins XPeng's exploration of air mobility
Volkswagen China will further optimize the prototype with several rounds of flight tests later this year, with the improved one set for a higher standard of test flights in late su ...
GAC working on flying cars, hiring for multiple positions
The GAC R&D Center is currently hiring engineers related to flying cars, with some positions requiring candidates to be familiar with Chinese airworthiness regulations. ...
Chinese eVTOL startup WEFLY secures tens of millions of dollars in angel round funding
WEFLY hopes to become a manned eVTOL operator in the medium to long term, and being an electric shuttle bus in the air is its long-term vision. ...
Flying car industry expected to get more policy support as it is included in development plan in China
China will deploy flying car research and development to break through technologies such as the integration of flying vehicles with cars and the free switching of flight and ground ...
XPeng expects to finish making prototype that can both fly and drive like a car this year
HT Aero is building a flying car in the same way it builds cars. Instead of making an airplane drive on the ground, it's making a car that can fly at low altitude. ...
XPeng's HT Aero sees X2 flying vehicle debut in Europe
HT Aero will officially introduce the flying car at a future launch event in Europe. It previously said it plans to test-fly the X2 in Europe in the first half of 2022. ...
China sees major breakthrough in regulation of flying vehicles
The Civil Aviation Administration of China has issued "special conditions" to EHang for its unmanned aerial vehicle, putting it in the final stages of airworthiness validation for ...
Chinese startup Autoflight realizes its eVTOL's transition from helicopter to airliner mode during flight
The aircraft is powered by eight rotors during takeoff and landing, and enters fixed-wing cruise mode after reaching an airspeed of 160-180 km/h. ...
'Not a flying machine', this is the future of flying vehicles according to XPeng CEO
"What we see as a flying car is not a flying machine, it should be a smart electric car in the city and a low-altitude flying vehicle in the suburbs." ...