Vinata Aeromonality |Flying Car In India
The idea is that in the future world we will travel in personal planes. In the future, the skylines of cities will be occupied with these flying cars. Even conventional car giants such as South Korean carmaker Hyundai have unveiled similar concepts of flying cars that can be used for city traffic.
There are several companies working on flying cars, and it looks like the Indian companies among them are working on the Aviate vehicle that is racing to launch the world’s first flying car.
Vinata unveiled the vehicle at one of the most prestigious exhibitions, Helitech Expo 2021 (Excel). Vinata Aeromonility, a start-up in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, has presented its autonomous flying hybrid car on the global stage. At the show, the company unveiled its first flying car in London.
In a recent tweet, the civil aviation minister Jyotiraditya Scindia announced that he had presented the young team at Chennai-based start-up Vinata Aeromobility with a concept model of Asia’s first hybrid flying car. As reported by Asian News International (ANI), the Minister was delighted to present. Vinata AeroMobility’s flying car concept that was presented to him by India’s Minister of Civil Aviation — Aviation — as. Vinata and the flying car concept were not mentioned, but it was described as a hybrid and autonomous flying car. The minister confirmed in his tweet on Monday that he had met with Vinata’s team and presented the concept model.
The car weighing about 1100 kg is powered by electric battery and manufactured in India as a hybrid electric VTOL aircraft (vertical take-off and landing aircraft ). According to the company, the car is designed for dual travel and can touch down at cruising speeds of 100 to 120 kilometres per hour. Vinata Aeromobility is an electric hybrid car. It has a flight time of up to 60 minutes with a top speed of 120 km / h and a range of up to 100 kilometres without refuelling.
It can be operated simultaneously by two people and it has a top speed of 100–120 km / h at a maximum altitude of 3,000 feet for the 60-minute journey. The autonomous flying vehicle has a take-off weight of 1300 kilograms and weighs 1100 kilograms. The flying vehicle weighs a total of 1100 kilograms and can handle a take-off weight of 1300 kilograms.
According to Yogesh Ramanathan, the founder and CEO of Vinata Aeromobility, the company hopes to conduct flight tests on its hybrid electric aircraft by 2023 and to make them available for commercial flights by 2025.
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Originally published at https://www.technopython.com on September 23, 2021.