By: Inspenet, March 28, 2023
The design studio Lazzarini Design Studio , based in Rome, presented Aircar, the new flying car, which seeks to reinvent the future of mobility, reaching a speed of 750 km/h for a range of 3,200 kilometers using jet fuel.
This flying car is conceived as a small and futuristic module that measures 6 meters long and is designed to accommodate a pilot and three passengers.
The Aircar’s bodywork is a carbon fiber monocoque that gives it an ultralight shape and will be powered by four rotating aeronautical engines created by Rolls-Royce. Each of the four jet engines can independently adjust its own pitch and roll, ensuring stability and high maneuverability in turns.
In addition, due to the tilt and rotation of the 4×4 system’s motor, the flying vehicle can navigate at variable heights and inclines, or fly in a straight line, depending on cruising speed needs.
For the moment, the Aircar is a concept, although the main designer and founder of the studio Pierpaolo Lazzarini aims to develop it by 2024 with a first full-scale prototype before it is ready to go on the market.
Source : https://conocedores.com/asi-es-aircar-el-nuevo-auto-volador-que-alcanzara-los-750-km-h-66214
Photos : Lazzarini Design
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