With a top speed of 63 mph.
There is a new DIY vehicle on the market: Jetson One is a lonely man, DIY eVTOL with eight engines that can fly and land anywhere. Although the price is high if you are a fanatic of flying, this personal eVTOL is undoubtedly cheaper than buying an airplane. And the best part is that there is no requirement for a track.
The Jetson One is a 190-pound (86-kg) eVTOL that measures 9.3 x 7.8 x 3.3 feet (2840 x 2400 x 1030 mm) in flight and folds neatly into a three-foot storage package. The body of the car is made of carbon and aluminum fibers and is powered by eight strong electric motors located coaxially on four arms. The total power of these engines is 88 kW, but the company limits the flight speed to 63 mph (103 km / h) with the help of software. The flight controls are basic, with a throttle lever and a three-axis joystick, so you can learn to steer quickly.
If you are interested in seeing the car in action, be sure to watch the video embedded above and, as always, enjoy.