Some a long time in the past we had been anticipating that by now we’d be comfortably using in our personal self-driving automobile. Clearly, that didn’t occur, however, of us, don’t despair. We have now the world’s first all-electric flying race automobile.

Do we actually want a flying race automobile? Properly, I feel not, however in any case meet the Airspeeder MK3 that made as we speak its first flight over the deserts of South Australia.

The Alauda Airspeeder Mk3, outlined by the corporate as a full-sized remotely-operated electrical vertical take-off and touchdown car (eVTOL), weighs 100kg and may fly at speeds over 120 kilometers per hour. 

Matthew Pearson, the founding father of Alauda Aeronautics that constructed the car, defined that it will likely be flown in a Components One–model sequence of races, with as much as 10 plane flying on the identical time. Three races will happen later in 2021, in areas but to be introduced.

It's a four-meter-long multicopter
Credit score: Airspeeder