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  • Vertical Aerospace

    Proof of Concept
    Vertical Aerospace
    Bristol, England

    On Sept. 10, the Bristol, UK-based startup, Vertical Aerospace, Ltd., announced it had built and flown the UK's first full-scale fully-electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) aircraft. Its unmanned technology demonstrator aircraft weighs 1,650 lb (750 kg) and first flew in June 2018 at Cotswold Airport in Kemble, Gloucestershire — about 100 miles (160 km) west of London. As of the...



    NFT Inc.
    Mountain View, California, USA

    New Future Transportation, Inc. (NTF) is developing an electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing vehicle that will work both as a flier and ground car.

    The NTF has recently moved out of ‘stealth mode’ and is only showing its prototype designs to interested investors and partners. The vehicle will initially be a gas/electric hybrid and ultimately all electric. It will be fully autonomous in flight. Its...

  • Terrafugia TF-2 Lift + Push

    Terrafugia TF-2 Lift + Push

    TF-2 Lift + Push
    Woburn, Massachusetts, USA

    The TF-2 Lift + Push is a Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) aircraft which will transport exchangeable passenger and cargo pods that become the underside of its fuselage.

    The Lift + Push has a fixed wing with four vertical propellers, two forward of the wings and two aft on twin booms that become a duel rudder and high stabilizer configuration. A pusher-prop is at...

  • TF-X Front View

    Terrafugia TF-X

    Woburn, Massachusetts, USA

    Terrafugia achieved widespread publicity after its first aircraft in 2009; the fixed-wing Terrafugia Transition is “the world’s first practical flying car” and the company is now ramping up for production in 2019.

    In May 2013, Terrafugia unveiled its vision for a four-seat VTOL plug-in hybrid-electric flying car, calling it the TF-X. The company revised the outer mold line (OML) in July 2015,...

  • PteroDynamics Transwing

    PteroDynamics, Inc.
    Boston, Massachusetts, USA

    PteroDynamics was founded by its CEO, Val Petrov. The company says on their website, "Our business model includes licensing the Transwing design to other companies that are passionate about the potential of safe, reliable and ubiquitous distance VTOL applications." The concept is applicable to manned and unmanned eVTOL. Subscale models have been flight tested from vertical takeoff through...

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    Vickers WAVE eVTOL

    Vickers Aircraft Company
    Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand

    "Vickers Aircraft Company (New Zealand) is excited to introduce the long-term vision of our journey, the WAVE™ eVTOL.

    WAVE™ eVTOL is a four-seat, semi-autonomous hybrid and will harvest 80% of our WAVE™ Light Sport Aircraft (LSA) model’s DNA.  This positions us well down the road of developing shared technology, components and tooling, R&D, materials, manufacturing...

  • AeroMobil 5.0

    AeroMobil 5.0
    Bratislava, Slovakia

    The AeroMobil 5.0 is a concept four seat flying car designed for door-to-door flying. Two electrically driven propellers situated on its wing-tips supply vertical take-off and cruise mode thrust.

    Based on the AeroMobil 3.0 and 4.0 models, the 5.0 is expected to employ a Rotax 912 four cylinder horizontally-opposed liquid and air-cooled piston aircraft engine with 75 kW 100 hp and a battery package. The...

  • Moller Skycar M400

    Moller Skycar M400
    Moller International / Freedom Motors
    Dixon, CA, USA

    Moller’s Skycar M400 is the 5th generation of Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) aircraft developed by Moller International. It is the four passenger vehicle in a series of planned 2, 4 and 6 seat models.

    The M400 had two forward and two rear tilting ducted engines. It employed ethanol fueled Freedom Motor Rotapower®  engines provided exclusively to Moller. A...

  • Davinci ZeroG

    Davinci ZeroG

    Davinci Technology, Ltd
    Hanoi, Vietnam

    Davinci Technology was founded in Jan 2017 by Đinh Quốc Trí in Hanoi, through and the team started to build the first manned drone prototype in 2015. The R&D team has four electronics and aerodynamic engineers, three flight controller firmware and application software engineers, and two concept and mechanical designers.


  • Napoleon Aero VTOL

    Napoleon Aero VTOL
    Napoleon Aero

    The four-seater Napoleon Aero VTOL uses 46 electric fans embedded in the wing and canard, with a single electric motor powering a thrusting propeller in the rear. Six fans are embedded in the canard and 20 on each side of the wing. According to company, the cost of operating an electric VTOL aircraft with separate propulsion systems for lift and cruise "is significantly lower than a convertiplane or a helicopter. Moving 1 kg of...