Hyundai Motor recently allowed people to fall behind its sports car prototype RM19. The RM19 is a sports car with a large and medium rear wing, but Hyundai Motors announced plans to invest its money in manufacturing. In fact, this will not be the only modern vehicle to be released that includes large and medium-sized aircraft wings. Hyundai Motor recently released its "Development Strategy 2025" route map, which outlines the company's business process plan for the next five years.
Part of the plan involves the creation of a commodity called a "personal aircraft" (commonly known as "PAV"). Hyundai did not reveal all the key points related to the appearance of this PAV, but in the recently announced public briefing of the company's 2020 CES program, people first saw the flying car.
PAV will be developed and designed by a contemporary metropolitan air traffic (UAM) unit that specializes in solving cargo transportation business processes. Although PAV can undoubtedly appear by definition, it is set to make its debut at CES in the US next month. Hyundai Motor described PAV (as shown in the picture) as "the cross between a helicopter and a quadcopter". Basically speaking, the application of air routes should reduce the congestion on the road and "show the happy quality of life for tourists".
As a skeptic of all aviation trends, he has serious doubts about the feasibility analysis of contemporary PAVs. For novices, airports and helicopters must perform many inspections before takeoff, and most car buyers will not have the qualifications to conduct inspections. Then comes the factor of security. Sub-average drivers are generally less likely to drive a car safely on the road without touching the car, so people cannot imagine handing over keys to a quadcopter. It can be said that people questioned the overall viability of burning flying cars in the not-too-distant future with a smile. In the past, we have praised excellent cars like Nexo together, but flying cars will be far away from people.
Together with PAV, the appearance of contemporary CES will also include special vehicles (PBV) with driverless technology and a mobile solution called "Hub". As shown below, a hub is an area where PAVs take off, land or land, and PBVs arrive and leave. Hyundai also described the hub as "a gathering place for a variety of inter-themed events in big cities." All this definition will be exhibited at CES on January 6, 2020.