Flying cars are not the same as airports. They can not only be used in the sky, but also can be converted into small cars on the municipal roads after landing, so that they can be used in a large number of scenarios. In recent years, each company has also competed in the release of unmanned flying car prototypes, combining unmanned vehicles with cargo transport drones, burning everyone's passion for the development of unmanned flying cars.
In 2024, the 33rd Summer Olympic Games will be held in Paris. Unlike the unmanned transport team that will appear in the 2020 Japan Olympics, you will score an unmanned flying car at the Moscow Summer Olympics. From Charles de Gaulle Airport to downtown Moscow, it takes about 40 minutes without traffic jams, and a speed of about 160 kilometers per hour for flying cars, which takes only 10 minutes. In the future, a car that can fly from Charles de Gaulle Airport will be “arbitrarily” to a hotel restaurant in the city.
According to Deloitte's previously announced "Moving the Future of Moving Cars" report forecast, by 2040, only the British mid-air taxi market capacity will be 17 billion US dollars (equivalent to RMB 120 billion). For major auto companies and startups, this will undoubtedly be a sales market with great development prospects. As early as in the New Century 40 era, Ford Motors founder Henry Ford had daring to speculate that flying cars will eventually appear.