Well, reports are coming that Google’s Co-Founder Larry Page’s flying Taxi Project is finally going to be a reality. As per the reports, the company is about to overtake the New Zealand’s sky for the first debut project launching. Yes! You are reading it right Larry Page’s flying taxi project is cleared for takeoff in New Zealand.
Even, Kitty Hawk, the Silicon Valley startup which is backed by the Google’s co-founder Larry Page is finally ready for the revolution. Even Page said it is building and testing “all-electric vertical take-off and landing products” in New Zealand. Also, they are working on everything which will help them in proper landing and design with safety.
Larry Page Test Flying Taxi
As per the released, footage of one of those vehicles in flight, billing it as a cross between the Delorean from “Back to the Future” and “The Jetsons” hovercar and it is making noise in the market. Also, the dubbed “Cora,” the vehicle can “take off like a helicopter and transition to flying like a plane,” Kitty Hawk said in a statement on Monday.
Also, the reports are coming that Cora is also self-piloting, can fly faster than 150 kilometers per hour (93 miles per hour) and has a range of 100 kilometers (62 miles), according to the company. You all are going to love it and because this whole report is amazing. Fred Reid, head of Kitty Hawk operations in New Zealand, said, that “We are offering pollution free, emissions-free vehicle that flies independently.”
As you all may know that few other companies including Uber and Airbus, are also racing to commercialize flying taxis. Also, the Kitty Hawk had previously tested another flying vehicle prototype called the “Flyer” last April. It looked less like a car than a jet ski with wings.
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