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The focus of this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is artificial intelligence. However, that’s not all attendees can appreciate, with nearly every kind of technology present at the Las Vegas event. Asian brand Xpeng has demonstrated a flying car.
Xpeng Motors showcases new eVOLT flying car, a flying car Allows you to ascend a short distance to avoid obstacles. In drive mode, it’s a luxurious, unique, and elegant car, but when you switch it to flight mode, it deploys the propellers.
The vehicle shown is prototype, but they hope to bring it to market as soon as possible. The company’s CEO, He Xiaopeng, said each prototype will cost between 1 million yuan (about $140,500) and he expects to start taking orders in the second half of 2025.
While testing vehicles at CES It’s not about blowing up cars.people present can Admire how the car displays its wings and propellers in a very elegant way from the rear of the car.
In its aerial version, it will be a low-altitude electric aircraft, which will allow Automatic and manual driving, plus a 270-degree panoramic cockpit that can accommodate two people. (Yo)