AirSpeeder successfully completes first test flight of electric car
AirSpeeder has successfully completed the first test flight of its flying electric car. This flying racing electric car belongs to Alauda Aeronautics MK3 Company. No one was on board the test flight and the pilot also flew an electric car from afar.
The device can reach heights of up to 1,640 feet and cover a distance of 62 mph in 2.8 seconds. Using LIDAR and radar, the pilots prevented the plane from crashing through virtual means such as a cockpit.
This racer car can fly for only 15 minutes on a single charge, but its battery can be changed in 20 seconds. It has also brought a new dimension to electric cars. The company says there are still many modifications to its technology.