This would be the first-ever flying car by Suzuki Japan. Flying cars is the big innovation after the electric car. This news spread unexpected excitement around the world. Flying cars are now very close to take-off. After the first successful experiment of SD-03 eVTOL in 2020 with one person seat and 10-minute flying capacity. The first SkyDrive electric car is powered at 30mph. Now the SkyDrive team has been busy making a 2 seater flying car with 60 mph and able to fly for 30 minutes. However, the car will be launched in 2025. The first eVTOL ( electric vertical take-off and landing) reached the expected sky drive and now the next eVTOL prototype is in line.
Suzuki Japan Flying Car
Suzuki Japan has worked on sky flying cars with SkyDrive partner and export of making flying cars. After electric car popularity, Suzuki helps to gain a name in Japan’s automotive industry in a flying car. It is pretty though to see a small design flying car. Suzuki has been involved with the operation of the next eVTOL operation and this will bring us a very attractive and strong car.
SD-05 Air Taxi
The first flying car was made by Sky Drive it was the smallest attractive model called SD-03. The first Sky Drive production SD-03 was able to fly for 10 minutes. Suzuki, a collaboration company is busy designing a fully equipped 2 seats flying car which can fly for more than 30 minutes. This new production would be great news for us and excited to travel this superpower small eVTOL.
When The Car Launch?
Sky Drive has officially received a certificate from Japan Civil Aviation Bureau (JCAB). It means a company can officially work in Japan for the commercial manufacture of the vehicles. This certificate allows Sky Drive and Suzuki to work together in Japan. But the production is in process and air tax is log away to launch. Both companies are excited to launch their first successful project in Japan and other countries. The SD-05 is expected to launch in 2025.
We are very excited about this latest news from Suzuki Japan. Getting the certificate for vehicle manufacturing in Japan is a great success for Sky Drive. Both companies are confident to launch their first production in Japan. The concept of air tax is thoughtful. After electric vehicle production automobiles bring very new and unexpected moves to us. This is not a first air taxi of SkyDrive but the first flying car for Suzuki