See The Futuristic Aska Drive And Fly eVTOL With Hybrid System
ASKA is the world’s first drive-and-fly eVTOL, our future mobility would give us the freedom to choose whether to drive or fly.
As eVTOL, you can drive ASKA on the road or just simply take off vertically to fly in the air just like an aircraft. It’s a four-seater flying car the size of a large SUV and has a flight range of 250 miles. It sounds too good to be true right? But here’s the fact, it’s not just a concept, the company has manufactured several prototypes and targets for 2026 commercialization.
Would this be the real flying car that combines the convenience of a car with the safety and efficiency of VTOL? ASKA uses a set of retractable wings that provide users with the freedom to choose to travel.
The word ASKA means flying bird in Japanese, this futuristic vehicle has an aerodynamic design that promises a great, safe, and efficient driving experience both on the road and air. Its electric architecture makes sure that any future models can convert the range extenders into any energy source, yes, including hydrogen. It has large wings, a large propeller with 6 packs of batteries, and the dual energy source would help to define how and where we live.
Park ASKA on the street, in a parking lot, or at home, and the transition from flight mode to drive mode can be done easily. ASKA bridges automotive and aviation design, it features quality details from a versatile electric and hybrid system to advanced materials combined with carbon fiber structure. As a world-class innovation, ASKA focuses on reliability, safety, and optimization for mass production.
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