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Jetson ONE CEO Commutes to Work in Electric Flying Car: Cuts Travel Time by 90%

Jetson ONE CEO Commutes to Work in Electric Flying Car: Cuts Travel Time by 90%

 

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What happened? It's the future of commuting! Jetson ONE, a Swedish electric flying car company, has released a video of its CEO flying to work in his flying car. The craft cuts travel time by nearly 90%, compared to traditional road options. This is just the beginning for Jetson ONE, which is set to deliver its first flying cars to customers next year. Get ready for the future!

 

 

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Why is this important? This is just one example of how flying cars are changing the way we commute. Not only is it more efficient, but it's also more fun! And with flying cars, there's no need to worry about traffic jams or road rage. We can all get where we're going without stressing out. That's good for our health and for the environment. Jetson ONE is set to deliver its first flying cars to customers next year but is already sold out!

 

By the way. The maximum speed of the aircraft is 63 mph, but it can only fly for 20 minutes before the batteries need to be charged. Its 210-pound payload capacity suggests that heavier flyers will have to reduce their weight before taking the controls. After that, LiDAR sensors will ensure obstacle avoidance, and a triple-redundant flight computer – as well as the ability of the aircraft to fly with a motor loss - will improve ease and safety of operation.

 

The only real deterrent to anyone becoming a Jetson ONE flying car pilot is the eVTOL ride's price: $92,000 in total. That price tag, far exceeding user weight restrictions, will almost certainly be the most significant reason why "everyone" does not become a pilot.


Author: Christian Kromme

First Appeared On: Disruptive Inspiration Daily

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