Japanese startup H2 Motors has created a supersonic motorbike capable of 40 minutes of airborne time.
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A drone-like vehicle, the world's first flying bike, made its debut on Thursday at the Detroit Auto Show, raising the possibility that we may one day ride drones instead of vehicles.
The XTURISMO hoverbike can travel at speeds of up to 100 km/h and stay airborne for up to 40 minutes.
Detroit auto show co-chair Thad Szott was among the first to take a spin in one.
"It's great, I mean! Naturally, you're a bit nervous, but I couldn't help but be excited. Feeling like a child again, I got chills reading those "His words.
Szott believes that the XTURISMO has a bright future ahead of it.
"For starters, I suggest we focus on fundamentals like package delivery (perhaps by drone). From one airport to the next, you will find the same sleek design and practical layout. My excitement will peak when we are able to go to each other's communities. That being said, let's sort this out "These are his words.
AERWINS Technologies, the Japanese startup responsible for the flying motorbike, originally produced drones and UAVs.In Japan, you may get a hoverbike right now, and in 2023, you can purchase a smaller, cheaper version in the United States for $777,000 (€775,400).
According to Reuters, CEO Shuhei Komatsu has said that the company's goal is to have a smaller electric vehicle cost as little as $50,000 (€49,890) by the year 2025.