The organization says it designs a rollout in 2024. The vehicle isn't yet industrially accessible. Also, HT Aero said the last plan may change.
HT Aero's vehicle will have a lightweight plan and a rotor that folds away, the organization said. That will permit the vehicle to drive on streets and afterward fly once the rotors are extended.
The vehicle will have various security highlights including parachutes, the organization said.
HT Aero is supported by Xpeng and its author He Xiaopeng. The organization raised $500 million last week from various external financial backers including high-profile investment firms.
Flying vehicles — additionally canceled electric vertical take and landing vehicles — have collected a great deal of interest from automakers and new businesses.
Be that as it may, there are various difficulties for those vehicles to be utilized broadly, including guideline and security issues.
HT Aero's new land and air vehicle was presented at Xpeng's Tech Day where the organization additionally took the wraps of the most recent adaptation of its high level driver help framework called Xpilot 4.0.