Aska, a flying car developed by the American-Israeli startup NFT (Next Future Transportation), is classified as an eVTOL (Electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing) vehicle. This means you can drive it like a regular car with its wings folded back or used as a small private airplane with vertical take-off and landing like a helicopter. It uses a total of 14 ducted fans to create lift, while power comes from a large battery pack and there’s even a gasoline range-extender to provide a total flying range of an estimated 350 miles. Read more for a video and additional information.
“The cabin accommodates up to three passengers and the initial plan is for an intelligent autonomous system to navigate and control the vehicle on the road and in the air. If and when the Aska reaches mass production, it is expected to carry a starting price of about $200,000 but the company behind it is also working on a subscription service with $200-$300 monthly payments,” reports Motor 1.