Racing Airspeeder accelerates to 100 km/h in 2.3 seconds

The Airspeeder features a carbon fiber body inspired by a 1950s Formula One racing car. He also

equipped with eight motors with two blades pereach, which allows the ship to stay in the air for up to 20 minutes on a single charge. Airspeeder accelerates from zero to 100 km/h in 2.3 seconds. The eVTOL has a maximum speed of 160 km/h and a racing altitude of 60 m. 20 sensors ensure the safety of the race.

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“Completing our 250th test flight, we provedthat racing is not only a practical and accelerating test bed, but also a viable and fast path to commercialization. This industry is projected to be worth $1.5 trillion by 2040, and we are proving the viability of this technology that will truly change the world. This is just the beginning and we can't wait to bring true next-generation motorsport to the world before the end of 2022,” Airspeeder founder Matt Pearson said.

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Telstra and Amazon Web Services helped developfor Airspeeder remote connection technology based on 5G. As the developers noted in a press release, this "will ensure safe racing and the ability to broadcast the entire process in real time to a global audience." Airspeeder also uses LiDAR and radar to create a "virtual force field" around the aircraft.

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After the completion of the test flight, the development team is looking forward to the first competition. The first Airspeeder Grand Prix races are scheduled to start at the end of 2022.

In the future, Alaudu Aeronautics will develop a high-performance eVTOL based on Airspeeder technologies, but for private use.

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