Flying Cars

Xpeng Aeroht to build plant in Guangzhou for mass production of flying cars

Xpeng Aeroht will build a manufacturing center for flying cars in Guangzhou, which will first be used to produce the flying body of its modular flying car.

Ehang delivers new batch of 27 EH216-S eVTOLs

Ehang delivered 26 units of EH216-S in the first quarter, bringing the eVTOL's total deliveries to 263.

Xpeng Aeroht forms strategic partnership with Swedish parts giant Autoliv

Autoliv, the world's largest producer of airbags and seatbelts, said its partnership with Xpeng Aeroht is aimed at making low-altitude mobility safer.

Chinese eVTOL maker Autoflight completes test flight at Shanghai Pudong Airport

The use of eVTOL aircraft can reduce the time it takes to reach the downtown from Pudong International Airport from 60-90 minutes to 10 minutes, Autoflight said.

Chinese eVTOL maker Ehang completes passenger-carrying demo flight in UAE

Ehang completed a passenger-carrying demo flight of the EH216-S in the UAE, and the local debut flights of the EH216-F for high-rise firefighting and the EH216-L for air logistics.

Ehang says it gets clearance to mass produce its EH216-S eVTOL in China

Ehang said it has received a Production Certificate in China for the EH216-S, marking the eVTOL's entry into mass production.

China issues guidelines to promote general aviation equipment, including eVTOLs

China aims to fully integrate general aviation equipment into all areas of production and life by 2030, creating a market in the scale of RMB trillions.

Xpeng Aeroht applies for type certificate for its modular flying car

Xpeng Aeroht has filed a type certificate application for its modular flying car, which has been accepted by the civil aviation regulator.

Chinese eVTOL maker Ehang opens flight demo facility in Japan

The facility will provide Ehang's eVTOLs, including the EH216-S, with a local demonstration flight site, ground infrastructure and maintenance base.

Xpeng CEO asks execs to have 5,000 km of hands-on experience before flying cars go on sale

Xpeng's CEO believes the low-altitude economy will begin to make inroads into people's lives next year and the year after that, and will see it grow larger and larger over the next 5 to 20 years.