Autopilot cars are not officially commercial, but its potential replacement has long been eager to try and has already flown into the sky.
On November 5th, AeroMobil, a Slovakian flying car manufacturer, took the AeroMobil 4.0 flying car for the second time to participate in the Shanghai Expo and expressed that if there was no serious disaster, it would be delivered into the car in 2020. Two days ago, Teng Xun's top search for official website David Wallerstein claimed at the Teng Xun WE Forum that eVTOLs (electric vertical take-off and landing quadrupole) would replace the car and become the future mass transit method.
"This is a science fiction film, but it has already been maintained. This type of quadcopter has been tested, developed, and prepared for sale." Netizen's confidence is not inconsequential, May 2019, Teng Xun In 2017, the French electric aircraft manufacturing company Lilium invested in the opening of the five-seat flying car and conducted a test flight.
This is not an isolated case, but a development trend. Around the world, nearly 20 companies are preparing to deliver flying cars around 2020, trying to activate the traffic experience of 3D big cities to alleviate traffic congestion and air pollution.
It takes an hour to drive from Beijing Capital Airport to Beijing Exhibition Hall, but aviation only takes less than 10 minutes; Shanghai to Hangzhou has a minimum of 2 hours, but if you want to fly, it only takes 33 minutes. The appearance of a flying car means that the wish of living in the city, working in the city or in the city will be enough to maintain.
This may be even more why, when the transportation methods such as cars, high-speed trains, airports, and helicopters have covered the current traffic requirements of the people, the flying cars that have not been maintained are still being seen.