Suzuki and SkyDrive’s Flying Car Lands in India, Soaring at 100 km/h

Skydrive flying car

“Suzuki and SkyDrive’s Flying Car Touches Down in India, Capable of Speeds up to 100 km/h with Seating for 3 Passengers

Skydrive flying car
Skydrive flying car

The SkyDrive flying car powered by electric batteries has a seating capacity for 3 individuals (1 pilot and 2 passengers). This sky car weighs 1400 kilograms (3100 pounds) . It is crafted from materials like aluminium alloy. The SkyDrive flying car is capable of reaching a maximum airspeed of 100 km/h, it can cover a distance of around 15 km. Let’s delve into more details about this innovative vehicle.”

SkyDrive’s Flying Car  made its debut at the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit in Ahmedabad. The SkyDrive Flying Car showcasing rotor technology measure approximately 11.5m x 11.3m x 3m (37.7ft x 37ft x 10ft) in dimension.

According to SkyDrive CEO Tomohiro Fukuzawa, they are exploring the initiation of Electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing (eVTOL) services in India.

He highlighted the challenges of establishing airports in urban areas but emphasized that the flying car could take off and land on rooftops, offering a solution for daily urban commuting.

Fukuzawa mentioned their existing plant with Suzuki in Japan and expressed interest in establishing additional plants after further market openings.

Regarding the launch in India, he stated that they aim to produce the product appropriately and bring it closer to the market. When asked about the possibility of manufacturing such sky cars in India, Fukuzawa affirmed their intention to set up a plant in the country.

The SkyDrive CEO Tomohiro Fukuzawa stated that they aim to produce such products for India and soon make in the market. To make the plan successful of making flying car they plan to make plant in India to manufacture the car.

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