Futuristic urban flying taxi unveiled in France

Futuristic urban flying taxi unveiled in France 1

 

Designers unveiled the latest Volocopter prototype in France, an electric flying taxi designed for cities and urban environments.

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30 Comments on "Futuristic urban flying taxi unveiled in France"

  1. so a helicopter?

  2. Pick me up on my lawn in between the trees and powerlines and take me to the city center.. mmm. If only there was a place to land. Ok take me home.

  3. honestly after i saw what happened to kobe im even more sketched out by private helicopters

  4. $500 dollars later

  5. Lol they made it really Drone looking

  6. Nothing wrong with this Prototype!!

    You just need a clearance of 20 or more feet on your lawn!!..

    P.S. wait till some drunk. Decides too get out & walk while in the air.

    Lawsuit waiting to happen. 🙄

  7. Someone is still gonna die somehow.

  8. 中风地沟油飞弹内射广西 | October 3, 2020 at 12:44 AM | Reply

    Can it carry obesed Americans?

  9. wow the nineteen fifties finally came to france…

  10. Suzanne Martin | October 3, 2020 at 3:05 AM | Reply

    Seems a bit much for only one passenger.

  11. They look ridiculous. Like giant drones. Can’t take them seriously.

  12. 99.7% recovery rate

  13. cdb broadfield | October 3, 2020 at 8:09 AM | Reply

    $75.00 a minute. Per 1 person

  14. This is a joke!

  15. Jameel McNeil | October 3, 2020 at 9:00 AM | Reply

    You’ve never seen a helicopter before? 😂🙄

  16. ll Savage Butcher ll | October 3, 2020 at 9:21 AM | Reply

    A skud missile outta Nowhere….boom!!
    😆

  17. Batteries, not ‘environmentally’ friendly. Just an oversized drone.

  18. Cyrus-Kasper Zaagenburg | October 3, 2020 at 11:06 AM | Reply

    Not feasible. Look how many pieces it has!! Think about maintenance & stormy weather.

  19. JTS Whitewater Live | October 3, 2020 at 1:21 PM | Reply

    And when birds fly into the rotors do they have a plan for it crash landing? Or is it just a cross that air bridge when we get to it

  20. The Real Earth | October 3, 2020 at 10:43 PM | Reply

    It’s literally just a small helicopter

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