According to the plan, in 2022, the location and construction conditions of the take-off and landing site will be screened, and the envisaged route and navigation cost will be verified.In 2023, helicopters will be used for sightseeing flights between take-off and landing sites, and in 2024, flying cars will be used to carry passengers.
In addition, the Japanese company CHODAI carried out a sea experiment on July 29 by borrowing a Chinese flying car.
In order to help local residents in Japan to travel between islands, the company has implemented a flying car flight experiment using a two-seater model developed by a Chinese start-up, EHang, with the approval of the Japan Coast Guard and the Aviation Administration.
At present, more and more car companies have begun to accelerate the layout of the flying car track. In less than a week, four car companies have successively announced related field information.
Xiaopeng Huitian flying car
On July 25, at the 2nd China International Consumer Goods Fair,The fifth-generation flying car independently developed and manufactured by Xiaopeng Huitian was unveiled.
On July 27, Volkswagen Group (China) released the first electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) prototype – V.MO, officially promoting the air mobility project.
GAC Group is also hiring engineers to develop flying cars; while Hyundai Motor subsidiary Supernal showed off the passenger compartment of its new flying car concept eVTOLVehicleCabin.
Volkswagen Aircraft V.MO