The company Alef Aeronautics has reached a historic milestone in the world of transport, by obtaining the approval of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) of the United States for the marketing of a flying car. This revolutionary vehicle is named after Alef Model Aand it is a eVTOL It has the ability to take off and land vertically.
The Alef Model A, which is currently in the prototype phase, promises a driving range of approximately 320 kilometersas well as an additional flight range of 177 kilometers.
The Alef Model A project has important names on its team, such as hirash razaghiformer designer of Bugatti, who has been responsible for the peculiar bodywork of this flying vehicle. The Alef Model A stands out for the absence of wings and presents an appearance similar to a mesh fabric on its upper part, which gives it a distinctive, futuristic look.
However, Alef Aeronautics’ ambitions are not limited to the Model A alone, as the company has development plans for the future. There is already talk of the development of a Model Zwhich would be a flying electric sedan with scheduled debut date for the year 2035. This vehicle is expected to have a range of 482 kilometers on the road and 354 kilometers in flight, taking innovation and air mobility to a new level.
The Alef Model A represents a significant step forward for the automotive and aviation industry, fusing both technologies to offer a unique and versatile mobility solution. With FAA certification and the backing of big names in its development team, Alef Aeronautics is positioned as a leader in the emerging market for flying vehicles.
At this time, those interested can place pre-orders for the Alef Model A through the company’s website, with an estimated price of around $300,000. The first units are expected to start production at the end of 2025, which will allow these vehicles, both land and air, to reach the roads and skies in no time.
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