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Watch XPeng AeroHT complete its first international ‘flying car’ flight in Dubai with the X2 eVTOL

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XPeng’s urban air mobility (UAM) company AeroHT has demonstrated huge progress for eVTOL (electric vertical takeoff and landing) vehicles by showcasing its fifth-generation X2 ‘flying car’ publicly taking off, flying, and successfully landing during a demonstration in Dubai. Additionally, the company offered a progress update for its sixth-generation flying car, which is an actual car with wheels that drives and can take off and fly. Check it out.

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Watch XPeng’s latest video of an AeroHT eVTOL that you drive like a flying car

XPeng flying car video

Urban air mobility (UAM) company AeroHT continues to make progress toward the “flying car” it has promised to deliver by 2024. XPeng Huitian (aka AeroHT) recently posted a video to Weibo demonstrating an eVTOL prototype taking off, flying around, and being maneuvered like a car. It has the XPeng Motors steering wheel and everything – check it out.

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XPeng 1024 Tech Day recap: New ADAS, 800V fast charging, robo-pets, and a 2024 flying car

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As part of its 1024 Tech Day in China, XPeng has unveiled upgrades to its current EV technology as well as new electric mobility products. This includes an XPILOT 4.0 ADAS system, high-voltage “X-Power” superchargers, and a pony-style smart robot. Last but not least, XPeng’s affiliate company AeroHT unveiled its sixth-generation, road-capable flying car that will roll out in 2024.

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XPeng’s AeroHT raises $500 million in funding, hints at actual flying car coming in 2024

XPeng flying car

AeroHT, an urban air mobility (UAM) company affiliated with XPeng Motors, announced that it has received $500 million in Series A capital funding for electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) vehicles. According to the companies involved, this will be the largest single sum of fundraising in Asia’s low-altitude flying vehicle sector to date. Furthermore, AeroHT might also soon a deliver a vehicle that can actually fly and drive.

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