Buckle up, flying cars could become a reality soon but for a surprising reason
Australian company Alauda Aeronautics believes motorsport is the best way to make flying cars a reality.
As the automotive industry transitions into an electrified future, most people are focusing on how to make cars more environmentally friendly; leaving the topic of flying cars rather unspoken of. Recently however, Australian company Alauda Aeronautics has said that the motorsport is the best way to make flying cars a reality.
Using Formula One’s contribution to hybrid technology as an example, Alauda’s technical team believes motorsport is the perfect way to expedite the process of making flying cars a reality.
Alauda has now built a remotely piloted racecraft which is helping to “prove the flight stability of the world’s only racing octocopters in close proximity at significant speed and with the application of aggressive turning angles."
Though for some this is all rather promising, others feel as if it will require far more than an idea from a small aeronautics company to make flying cars a reality.