A “flying car” built by Chinese electronic vehicle maker Xpeng Inc made its first public flight in the United Arab Emirates, as the company works towards launching the electric aircraft on international markets.
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The X2 is a two-seater electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft that is lifted by eight propellers – two at each corner of the vehicle.
Monday’s unmanned, 90-minute test flight in Dubai was described by its manufacturer as an “important base for the next generation of flying cars”.
We are making step-by-step (moves) to the international market,” said Minguan Qiu, general manager of Xpeng Aeroht.
We selected Dubai city as it is the most innovative city in the world,” Aeroht added.
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