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The ASKA eVTOL Concept: A Promising Future Product

For years, experts in aerospace and transportation have been envisioning the advent of flying cars. Despite no regulatory approval until now, recent advancements in battery technology have paved the way for innovations like the ASKA eVTOL, which is available for preorder today.

The ASKA boasts a projected delivery date in 2026, banking on the possibility of adequate clearance for its propellers. This versatile flying car is designed to transition seamlessly from air to land travel, resembling the size of an average SUV. Equipped with in-wheel motors, it functions as an electric vehicle on the road, with foldable wings and propellers for convenience.

Featuring an aerodynamic design, each of the ASKA’s four wheels is enclosed for optimal efficiency. Able to accommodate up to four passengers, this vehicle offers panoramic views through its numerous windows. Owners can conveniently charge their ASKA at existing EV charging stations for added practicality.

While initially electric, the ASKA’s manufacturer suggests the potential for conversion systems to utilize hydrogen fuel cells for extended range. Its maximum flight speed caps at 150 mph, with ongoing discussions with regulators for its road speed limits. The eVTOL project is currently aiming for a highway speed of 70 mph and prioritizing passenger safety with plans for a ballistic parachute system in emergencies. PREORDER YOURS NOW

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