HondaJet Elite II Business Jet
Sure, it’s no luxury superyacht for the sky, but the HondaJet Elite II is the fastest, highest and farthest flying business aircraft in its class. It has an expanded range of 1,547 nautical miles, increased fuel capacity, and a maximum takeoff weight of 11,000-pounds, complete with a redesigned ground spoiler that optimizes takeoff as well as landing field performance.

Wisk Aero Autonomous Four-Sseat eVTOL Air Taxi
Joby Aviation will have some competition from Wisk Aero and their sixth-generation autonomous, four-seat electric takeoff and landing (eVTOL) air taxi when it receives FAA certification. This Boeing-backed startup leverages the same proven technology that accounts for more than 93% of automated pilot functions on today’s commercial flights, complete with innovative new technologies such as improved detect / avoid capabilities as well as sensors.

DARPA Ancillary eVTOL Aircraft Military
You can already buy a Jetson ONE, but the DARPA ANCILLARY is an electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft that could be used by the military in the future. The AdvaNced airCraft Infrastructure-Less Launch And RecoverY (ANCILLARY) X-Plane program aims to develop and flight demonstrate critical technologies necessary to advance vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL), low-weight, high-payload, and long-endurance capabilities.