Let's face it, we'll eventually see flying cars in the skies, whether they be manually controlled or with autonomous technologies, and Airis Aerospace's AirisOne could be one of them. This all-electric, quad-winged aircraft is designed to carry up to 5 adults comfortably, and comes equipped with advanced avionics systems for autonomous navigation. Dual co-axial lift fans are used for vertical take-off / landing, while a series of eight articulating thrusters boost it up to 175 mph. When fully charged, expect a 200 mile range. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
"To show just how serious they are about getting this thing off the ground, Airis co-founder and CEO John Narraway points out that design touches like hidden rotors have been purposefully hidden to calm the nerves of anxious riders. Designed with safety and accessibility in mind, it would also be one of the world's only wheelchair accessible aircraft," reports Yanko Design.