The flying car
Weird to think of — in 1985
Easy to hop on — in 2020
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VTOL

Vertical take-off and landing
on any horizontal plane

Speed
300 km/h
Speed
Flight time
30 minutes
Flight time
flying car
Above ground
Up to 900 m
Above ground
light range
150 km
Flight range
Autopilot
Autopilot or pointing directions
Size classes
Two size classes: 2-seater,
4-seater
Environment
Economical and environmentally friendly
Traffic
Solving the problem of traffic jams
Urban eVTOL
Technology Highlights
Technology
  • Aerodynamic body shape
  • Coaxial variable-pitch propellers
  • "Bartini’s Effect"
Technology
Compact footprint More vehicles per one "vertiport"
Precision VTOL Landing on any surface
Stable tilt-shift transition Passenger comfort
Simple assembly Low production costs
Hydrogen fuel-cells ready 4x times range increase
Technical Specifications
  • Seats 4
  • Width over all, m 4,5
  • Length over all, m 5,2
  • Height over all, m 1,7
  • Range, km † 150
  • Payload, kg 400
  • Take off weight, kg 1100
  • Lift-to-drag 4-5
  • Disc loading, kg/m2 146
  • Battery weight, kg 320
  • Battery density, Wh/kg 200 *
  • Battery capacity, kWh 64 **
  • Power output, kW 320
  • Thrusters, pcs x kW 8 x 40
  • Altitude above ground, m 1000
  • Cruising speed, km/h 300
  • Energy used for flight, kWh: 51
  • — hover (1 min for VTOL) 5.3
  • — cruise (30 mins) 45.9
  • Reserve energy, kWh 13
  • Energy per 1 km, kWh: 0.34
  • — per 1 km cruise 0.30
  • — per 1 min cruise 1.5
  • In future with hydrogen fuel cells
  • †) up to 550 km
  • *) up to 700 Wh/kg **) up to 224 kWh
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