The Xpeng X2 Flying car is powered by eight propellers and is a two-seater electric vertical take-off and landing vehicle. The unmanned test flight in Dubai lasted for 90 seconds, and according to the general manager of the company, Dubai was selected for this test flight because it is one of the most innovative cities in the world.

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45 thoughts on “Chinese flying car makes first public flight in Dubai”

  1. Flying cars- something that will never happen. Just imagine drunk drivers while you are working on like the 20th floor of a skyscraper

  2. As cool as it is, its a chinese designed and made airplane or flying car. Aside from the fact that it can only fly for 35 mins I have seen enough electric cars in china blow up on CCTV. No thank you.

  3. Made in USA, Made in Japan, Made in South korea, Made in England, Made in Taiwan. All very safe. Made in china?? Oh boy!! Oh Goodness!! Will your insurance company cover you?? I DON"T THINK SO.!

  4. Lol it's funny that everytime you see this flying
    there's never any passenger in it.
    Looks to me that ever the founders don't want
    to be anywhere inside of this drone.

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