In a world-first, flying race vehicles from South Australia are reaching unprecedented heights.
While the concept of flying automobiles has long been considered science fiction, one Adelaide business has made it a racing reality. The world’s first flying racing vehicles are housed at a facility in suburban Adelaide.
Alauda Aeronautics has built and produced a number of flying vehicles for use on a race track in the sky.
It’s part of the brand-new Airspeeder racing series, and the company’s CEO, Matt Pearson, has huge hopes for the future.
*South Australia is the world leader in the manufacture of flying cars.
*The world’s first flying race car will cost $10 million to develop.
*Pilots are expected to fly the machine within 18 months.Recommended1 recommendationPublished in Aviation Blog, Aviation News