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Flying Car 2024 Delivery

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  From China's Xpeng, a Flying & Driving Car                                             Source:  Xpeng Flying Cars For Purchase by Customers in 2024 A flying car startup backed by Chinese electric vehicle maker Xpeng says it will deliver flying cars to customers in 2024.  Startup Xpeng Heitech says the car will be capable of driving on the road and flying in the skies.  The range of the EV on the road will be 370 miles on a single charge.  Xpeng CEO Zhao Deli made the announcement to the World New Energy Vehicle Congress.  The flying car startup currently has 400 employees.  But CEO Deli intends to nearly double the number of employees in order to start production of the flying cars for customers.  Xpeng is a major competitor of Tesla in the Chinese electric vehicle marketplace.  Deli did not disclose the range of the vehicle while flying. Xpeng Heitech is developing a number of flying cars including the Voyager X2, which has successfully flown over China roads, the Voyager X1

China's Highly Competitive "Flying Car" - eVTOL

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  Flying in Extreme Environments and at High Altitudes                                           Source: XPeng Voyager X2 All Electric New Way to Travel XPeng Huitan, a subsidiary of XPeng Motors, recently unveiled its 5th generation flying car at the Chengdu Motor Show in China.  Now, the automaker has revealed that the X2 is undergoing test flights in extreme weather conditions  and at high altitudes above cities in China.  The EV is actually an eVTOL, an electric vertical take off and landing vehicle.  XPeng Huitan calls it a "flying car" because it sports a lot of the design contained in the company's P7 EV sedan. Current Capabilities The X2 can operate on a full charge for 35 minutes and flies to a maximum altitude of 3,280 feet.  Top speed is 81 mph.  The current model can carry two people, has a closed cockpit and the fuselage is made of carbon fiber.  It weighs 870 pounds with the battery and can carry a maximum load of 440 pounds. Flying on Autopilot The X2 can f

China's Highly Competitive Flying Car

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XPeng's Voyager X2  Flying in Extreme Environments and at High Altitudes                                           Source: XPeng Voyager X2 All-Electric, New Way to Travel XPeng Huitan, a subsidiary of XPeng Motors, recently unveiled its 5th generation flying car at the Chengdu Motor Show in China.  Now, the automaker has revealed that the X2 is undergoing test flights in extreme weather conditions  and at high altitudes above cities in China.  The EV is actually an eVTOL, an electric vertical take off and landing vehicle.  XPeng Huitan calls it a "flying car" because it sports a lot of the design contained in the company's P7 EV sedan. Current Capabilities The X2 can operate on a full charge for 35 minutes and flies to a maximum altitude of 3,280 feet.  Top speed is 81 mph.  The current model can carry two people, has a closed cockpit and the fuselage is made of carbon fiber.  It weighs 870 pounds with the battery and can carry a maximum load of 440 pounds. Flying on

China's New Electric Flying Cars

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  Xpeng's Voyager X2 - Next-G 5 & Voyager X1 - Next-G 4                                    Source:  Xpeng Huitian Voyager X2 Travelling by Electric Drone China's Xpeng Motors, an electric vehicle company, is developing a new, Next-G 5, electric, autonomous flying car prototype, the Voyager X2.  The innovation is coming from Xpeng's autonomous aviation unit Xpeng Huitian.  The EV has 8 propellers across 4 axes, offering multi motor backup.  It is also equipped with 8 independent battery groups offering a redundant power supply system for safety, should power cells malfunction.  This flying car has already completed its first crewed flight.  It is now under development along with its predecessor flying car Voyager X1, which is Xpeng's Next-G 4 prototype.  X1 was introduced earlier 2021.  X2 was just unveiled. Capabilities Voyager X2 is an electric drone and is capable of carrying 2 adult passengers.  It has a maximum load of 441 pounds and can travel up to 62 mph for

China's Hot New E-Flying Cars

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  Xpeng's Voyager X2 - Next-G 5 & Voyager X1 - Next-G 4                   Source: Xpend Voyager X2 Flying over Road in China                                    Source:  Xpeng Huitian Voyager X2 Travelling by Electric Drone China's Xpeng Motors, an electric vehicle company, is developing a new, Next-G 5, electric, autonomous flying car prototype, the Voyager X2.  The innovation is coming from Xpeng's autonomous aviation unit Xpeng Huitian.  The EV has 8 propellers across 4 axes, offering multi motor backup.  It is also equipped with 8 independent battery groups offering a redundant power supply system for safety, should power cells malfunction.  This flying car has already completed its first crewed flight.  It is now under development along with its predecessor flying car Voyager X1, which is Xpeng's Next-G 4 prototype.  X1 was introduced earlier 2021.  X2 was just unveiled. Capabilities Voyager X2 is an electric drone and is capable of carrying 2 adult passengers.