Fleet Management

Geely's world's first mass-produced flying car is pre-sold next month

Terrafugia CEO Chris Jaran revealed in his first public speech in China that the world's first mass-produced flying vehicle transition will start pre-sale in October, and the next-generation concept product TF-2 will be officially announced in the same month.

Terrafugia was acquired in full by Zhejiang Geely in 2017. The former was founded in 2006 by five graduates of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In 2009, they released the first flight transition, and after three years released the iterative version of the transition, the air life of 640 km, the maximum speed of 160 km / h, the wing foldable, automatic flight.

The production version has been upgraded in all aspects of power, acceleration, interior, safety and air support, including hybrid engines (lithium iron phosphate batteries), flight acceleration, a more comfortable ride and greater luggage space. The improved viewing of the seat belt/airbag/three rear view camera and the introduction of Dynon's flight information system and BRS's parachute system.

The first users are open to the US, and the Chinese market will be subject to availability.