They present the CruiseUp: the first flying electric vehicle with cyclorotors

Isbel Lázaro.


Inspenet, November 26, 2023.

Austrian company CycloTech has launched its innovative electric flying vehicle: the CruiseUp . After an extensive research process, tests that included more than 500 flights and continuous improvements, the CruiseUp is based on CycloRotor technology, whose main objective is to ensure the safety, agility and comfort of the user.

This vehicle is designed to meet the future individual air mobility needs expected over the next decade, offering new possibilities to carry out daily activities in a simple, comfortable and safe way.

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CycloTech states that ” sustainable individual air mobility will be a reality in this century “, highlighting its key role in environmental sustainability by replacing highly polluting land vehicles.

How does the CruiseUp flying vehicle work?

The CruiseUp , an aircraft developed with CycloRotors technology from the company CycloTech, features an electric propulsion system designed to offer a safe and environmentally friendly experience. This system encapsulates moving parts, including rotors and propellers, providing a specific configuration that secures the passenger cabin.

It should be noted that rigorous safety measures have been implemented, allowing the aircraft to fly and land safely even in situations of rotor failure.

In terms of mobility, the CruiseUp can move laterally and posteriorly with precision and has the ability to brake in the air without leaning or tilting.

Likewise, this vehicle is designed to face adverse weather conditions, allowing passengers to travel through urban, suburban and rural areas thanks to its maximum speed of 150 km/h and a range of 100 km.

One of the key advantages of the CruiseUp is its moderate size, being 50% larger than conventional cars, allowing it to integrate well into domestic environments. This compact size is largely achieved thanks to CycloRotor technology, an electric propulsion system that enables efficient design.

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