Xpeng announces a flying car that can also go on roads
Xpeng announces a flying car that can also go on roads

Chinese electric vehicle startup Xpeng has announced a series of innovations that will guide the company in shaping the mobile ecosystem of the future.

The company's CEO said, "Our research into more efficient, safer and climate-neutral mobility solutions is not limited to smart electric vehicles, but is the cornerstone of our long-term competitive advantage. For the benefit of our customers, we strive to apply advanced mobile radio technology in the chain model."

The company details the company's latest version of ADAS, the advanced driver assistance system. There's also a pressure grill and a next-generation flying car designed for kids using the HT Aero and robotic rhino.

The company has announced its new goal of becoming the world's largest manufacturer of low-level manned aircraft.

She developed her plan for the sixth generation of the flying car. But it's not just a flying car. He can also cross the street.

A video shows a rendering of a more attractive car than the P7. It is converted from an ordinary car into a flying car by a folding rotating mechanism.

The company said the weight of the low-end aircraft is 50% of the weight of the Xpeng P7. It has a steering wheel for road use and one arm for flight mode.

The new flying car is also equipped with an advanced environmental awareness system that can fully assess environmental and weather conditions for safety assessment before takeoff.

The company plans to produce flying cars by 2024

The system evaluates the recorded data against the destination in order to ensure a safe take-off and landing. During flight, advanced flight detection and control algorithms are used to avoid obstacles.

Xpeng Motors plans to start mass production of this vehicle developed by its subsidiary UAM HT Aero in 2024.

The final design will be decided next year. The company said its goal is for the cost to be less than $157,000.

HT Aero has also produced other UAMs for Xpeng, most recently the Xpeng X2, which is Xpeng's fifth generation flying car that can accommodate two people.

A Xpeng spokesperson said the sixth generation of the flying car is designed for similar use cases around the city. For example, from the office to the airport or similar flights with a flight time of less than 30 minutes.

Xiaopeng's philosophy is to sell directly to consumers. However, the company did not say how it would work with regulators to mass produce private flying cars by 2024.

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