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XPENG, believe a car can fly

XPENG, believe a car can fly

XPENG, the manufacturer of smart electric vehicles, has recently revealed its forefront range, including its most futuristic innovation: XPENG X2 flying car.

Not released on the market, yet, it represents the fifth and last generation of flying cars, developed in collaboration with HT Aero. The car is provided with numerous hi-tech fixtures, such as the radar detection of distances, a system of sensors to avoid obstacles, and a parachute. It measures 4.97 meters in length, 4.78 meters in width, and 1.36 meters of height, and its arms can be folded, reducing the overall length to 4.79 meters and the width to 1.95 meters, while the propellers’ diameter is about 1.83 meters. With a structure fully made of carbon fiber, this flying car weighs 560 kilos, with maximum weight at the take-off of 760 kilos. It will be able to fly for about 35 minutes at a cruise speed of 130 kilometers at a height of 1000 meters.

A brief presentation of the company headquartered in Guangzhou, in China: XPENG is strongly committed to in-house research and development and too smart production. More than 50% of its over 11,000 employees work in areas connected with research and development. To optimize its customers’ mobility, XPENG develops its complete technology PILOT (Advanced Driver Assistance System) and the on-board smart operating system (Xmart OS), as well as all base systems of the vehicle, including the powerplant and the electrification/electronic architecture.

cr: electricmotorengineering

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