The two-seater Ehang 216, an electric-powered autonomous flying taxi, takes a short flight during its launch in April this year at Generali Arena in Vienna, Austria. Photo: Agence France-Presse

Is it a bird, is it a plane? No, it’s Ehang’s flying taxi

  • The two-seater, electric-powered Ehang 216 autonomous flying vehicle can cover a distance of about 30 kms at speeds of up to 130km per hour
Topic |   Future of transport

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The two-seater Ehang 216, an electric-powered autonomous flying taxi, takes a short flight during its launch in April this year at Generali Arena in Vienna, Austria. Photo: Agence France-Presse
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An Ehang flying passenger drone at its test centre in Guangzhou, China, 2019. Photo: SCMP/Chris Chang

Nerves, waiver, screaming, lift-off, joy: a two-minute test ride in a passenger drone from China’s Ehang

  • Futurists have been promising us flying cars for quite some time - now they’re here
Topic |   Drones

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An Ehang flying passenger drone at its test centre in Guangzhou, China, 2019. Photo: SCMP/Chris Chang
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