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S1 Flying Motorcycle – The future of flight

June 20, 2019

The electric flying motorcycle is currently a preschool that needs more development. It will be the future for aviation.

Electric flying motorcycle ‘S1’ designed as vertical take-off and landing vehicle (VTOL) will revolutionize the ability of urban consumers to transport. The motorcycle provides space for a passenger and prides itself with ducted propellers that will perform 90-degree conversion once the device has left the ground to transport extremely fast.

This future car is entirely electric, and it’s good for the environment – An advanced technology.

Sparking the electric revolution

S1 is an award-winning design concept for electric aircraft vehicles. This futuristic car has a wing configuration around the driver in the same direction as a motorbike. It is a one person car. There are two electric motors with S1 blades, and it is like an airplane performing a 90-degree conversion from vertical takeoff to horizontal flight. The company claims that S1 can fly for about 30 minutes and land in an area the size of a car park.

S1 is an award-winning design concept for electric aircraft vehicles

The unit allows the driver to travel around town easily and even park in traditional car parks to maximize the function of the vehicle.
The ‘S1’ electric flying motorcycle with the concept of eco-friendly design, is also extremely quiet to minimize noise pollution that it creates during operation. This model addresses the growing need for environmentally friendly evaporation options when urban areas reach significantly higher populations.
Designed by Silverwing, S1 is compact enough to fit in parking spaces but does not underestimate its ability to give you enjoyable riding experience. This future car is entirely electric, and it’s good for the environment, quiet, it’s suitable for your ears. There are no specifications, but the company promised to reveal more details soon.

At the end of 2017, some experienced Aerospace Engineering students from TU Delft came up with the idea of a personal flight designed and built by students at TU Delft. Previously working together in the TU Delft group has won the best overall award worldwide in the SpaceX Hyperloop competition, they have quickly expanded their group to include more than 30 students from 11 countries family. By combining their experience and skills, they set the goal of turning the personal flight into reality and winning the challenge of Boeing GoFly.

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