Airbus Flying car

Flying Airbus Car

Tom Enders, CEO of the Airbus Group, has announced that the company plans to test a prototype of a "flying car" by the end of the year. How Oath et nos partenaires vous offrent une meilleure publicité To provide you with a better overall user experience, we want to provide relevant ads that are more useful to you. For example, if you search for a particular movie, we will use your search data and location to display cinemas near you. We also use this information to show you advertisements for similar movies that you might like.

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The flying car from Audi and Airbus is released for testing.

The German authorities are supporting the Audi and Airbus endeavours to bring flying automobiles from the earth to the sky around the Ingolstadt area. Bloomberg reported that the German federal goverment has agreed with leaders of both enterprises to test aerial taxi in and around the town.

"Flyabouts are no longer a mere premonition, they can take us into a new direction of mobility," said Federal Transport Minister Andreas Scheuer in a declaration. "They are a great chance for businesses and young start-ups that are already developing this tech very specifically and successfully." Both Audi and Airbus did not respond immediately to the request for comments.

Together with Volkswagen's own in-house designer Italdesign, the Volkswagen Group presented a drone-like taxi/electric urban car combination at the Geneva Motor Show in March. Known as Pop.Up Next, the combination comprises a VTOL and a two doors urban car platform.

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