Porsche is reportedly working on the design of flying cars. Tired of seeing the long rows of vehicles at the roads and hectic traffic chaos, well in near future you’re definitely going to get rid of this situation. As, Porsche, get into field with its idea of introducing fly cars.
Yes, Porsche, a well-known luxury car manufacturer famed for its premium design is planning to develop a flying passenger vehicle.
It seems that company realized the potential target of this field and wants to compete with rivals in a possible market for urban air taxis and ride-sharing services, where its in direct competitor Uber is also allegedly working.
In recent times, the company was said to be testing blockchain applications in its cars and currently the company’s sales Chief Detlev von Platen has talked about the plan of creating flying passenger vehicles to dole out as taxis in busy urban areas.
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According to Platen,
“That would really make sense. If I drive from (the Porsche plant in) Zuffenhausen to Stuttgart airport, I need at least half an hour, if I’m lucky. Flying would take only three and a half minutes.”
According to details of Reuters, the reason behind the plans of Porsche for flying cars seems to be response to a move toward self-driving cars. On the other hand, it can be perfect solution to traffic problems in busy urban areas.
The German carmaker will reveal the passenger drone’s design in the near future. So better be prepared for it, as the idea will no more staple of fiction.
Well, you might take the concept of flying cars like a science fiction, but you won’t believe that there are already some companies that are working on creating flying cars.
If you remember, last year in September, Dubai’s administration was also said to working on self-directed flying taxis for passengers.
I believe that the idea of flying vehicle has a great potential in near future. The fast speed and time savings factors should be enough for many people to bear the extra cost for the drone.