Japan launches first flying taxi to serve residents and tourists



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    The flying car model SD-03 of SkyDrive / ph: SkyDrive

The flying taxi model SD-03 of SkyDrive company promises to contribute to reducing traffic congestion for Tokyo city in the future.

A company in Japan has successfully built a flying car that shortens the distance from the Jetson world.  SkyDrive can carry 1 person and fly in 4 minutes, very few flying cars today can reach this number.

Japan launches first flying taxi to serve residents and tourists

The flying car model SD-03 of SkyDrive / ph: SkyDrive

The startup that invested by Toyota is in a race toward a road-free future.  SkyDrive takes off and lands vertically.  SkyDrive is well aware of the difficulties encountered in failing in 2017 with a volunteer project called Cardovator.  Fortunately, they did not knock on their door in 2017, but thanks to stable financial resources, they invested 37 million USD to mark a great milestone in the flying car sector.  The company hopes to launch flying taxis in 2023.

Nobuo Kishi, a Japanese politician has thought of ways to keep a flying car from hitting other people if something goes wrong.  He and many other researchers have tried to find a way to coordinate air and ground flying vehicles.  SkyDrive has invested $ 60 million in its tiny flying car.  Batteries, helicopters and VTOL technologies paved the way for SkyDrive SD-03.  Unlike half-car and half-plane vehicles, SkyDrive can change your mindset.  Japan not only wants to get 10 minutes of traffic in the city of Tokyo, but also hopes to connect with remote areas for easy transportation and emergency.  The flying cars with many propellers were very noisy like 100 wasps flapping their wings.  SkyDrive hopes to overcome this drawback.

Japan launches first flying taxi to serve residents and tourists

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