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Uber Elevate with Hyundai S-A1 Air Taxi, How It Works

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Hyundai S-A1 Air Taxi @gims.swiss

Hyundai & Uber ( Uber Elevate ) is going make a revolution of in taxi services by introducing Air taxis by 2023. South Korean leading automotive manufacture, Hyundai has officially announced that they are going to introduce vertical takeoff & landing air taxis with new step with aerodynamic design and highly advanced technologies. Hyundai is going to build up these flying taxis in industrial scale with the partnership with Uber. Hyundai has displayed their model of its new S-A1 aerial vehicle at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) – in Las Vegas. Hyundai is named this project as Urban Air Mobility (UAM).

This short distance air taxi is designed to reduce to heavy traffic conjunction of cities & minimize the journey time of passengers. As per Uber, they are planned to lounge elevate flights in Melbourne (Australia), Dalls & Los Angeles (USA) in beginning.

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Uber air taxi @gims.swiss

Uber Elevate with Hyundai S-A1 Air Taxi …..

the cruising speed has reached 290 km/h at an altitude of between 300m and 600m their prototype elevate flight in consumer electronics Show – Las Vegas, with an autonomy of 100km. This flying machine uses 100% electric propulsion, geared with several rotors that can keep it fly if one of them bump into a problem. To reduce the noise pollution in the cities, Hyundai has used small rotors. It has designed to fly with four passengers & one pilot in the first stage. In future it will come with pilot-less system.

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Hyundai air taxi @gims.swiss

Uber Elevate with Hyundai S-A1 Air Taxi …..

These small rotors also help to reduce noise pollution in the city. The Hyundai vehicle will at first have a pilot and carry four passengers. In the long term and as soon as the technologies have been adapted, a pilotless system will be used. The first test flights should take place as early as this year, prior to commercial deployment by 2023.


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