Airspeeder MK3: Racing tracks for cars are like canvas, with cars filled with speed figures. Now the racing track is not limited to the roads, but they have reached new heights to the sky. You have seen the competition of racing cars on the field so far, but now, get ready to watch the racing in the sky. Today the world’s first electric flying racing car Airspeeder MK3 was knocked down.
The Airspeeder MK3 introduced by the company today is a fully functional electric flying racing car. This car can be operated on the ground and remotely. According to the information, this racing car is fully ready to take part in flying races. This car took almost 3 years to prepare.
This Mk3 electric flying racing car is manufactured at Airspeeder & Aloha’s technical headquarters in South Australia. The company is said to be building more than 10 such racing cars and handing them over to teams. The carmaker has partnered with a number of companies, including McLaren, Babak Aviation, Boeing, Jaguar, Land Rover and Rolls-Royce.
Let us know when the Airspeeder MK3 Racing Series will be announced in the coming months. In it, for the first time, the world sees these remote-controlled flying cars rusting in the sky. Their speed is said to be more than 120 kilometers per hour. This will be the first event of its kind in the sky.
What this flying car looks like: Special care was taken in the safety of this car. Although no one was seated, there was no major accident during the race, so it was equipped with a lidar and radar system. This car is made with a carbon fiber frame, which makes it strong and light weight.
Powertrain: In fact, the new MK3 flying car is an upgraded model of the previous MK2 concept. Of these, power was increased by approximately 95% and weight by 50%. It uses an electric motor with a capacity of 96 kilowatts. Its total weight is 100 kg and it flies in the air at a speed of 120 km per hour.
Airspeeder is a world sport, with its technical headquarters in Adelaide, Australia, and its commercial operations are based in London. Rapid pit stops were also built during the race, and Aladdin engineers developed an innovative slide and lock system to handle it. With this help, the battery can be easily removed and replaced on the ground. It gives the same feel to everything like car racing on the field.