XPeng Unveils Futuristic Electric Helicopter Supercar Hybrid at CES 2024

In the dazzling city of Las Vegas, XPeng Aeroht has taken the automotive scene by storm with its latest creation—the eVTOL Flying Car. Imagine a sleek vehicle with eight carbon fiber blades buzzing around, not to chop off heads, but to give you the thrill of flying on the road.

The Dual-Mode Cockpit Experience

The eVTOL Flying Car features a “dual-mode cockpit” that seats two individuals. The magic happens when those eight whirring blades elegantly fold into the body, making it safe for you to cruise down the street without posing a threat to anyone’s head. Trust us, those blades are right at neck level for almost every adult, and XPeng Aeroht understands the importance of keeping things civilized.

Inside the cockpit, you’ll find a square wheel or yoke-like control in front of the driver/pilot, accompanied by a joystick at the center. It’s not just a vehicle; it’s an experience that combines the best of driving and flying.

From the Ground to the Sky: The Modular Flying Car

But that’s not all XPeng Aeroht has in its bag of futuristic wonders. Enter the Modular Flying Car, a more grounded but equally fascinating concept. The Ground Module, resembling a futuristic van, boasts 6×6 all-wheel drive and rear-wheel steering. Picture it like the GMC Envoy XUV, with a twist—literally.

The rear end of the Ground Module opens up to reveal a compact two-person helicopter called the Air Module. This aerial companion is not only electric but also capable of both manual and automatic operation. Thanks to its helicopter blades, it masters the art of vertical takeoff and landing, giving you a taste of the sky without the need for a runway.

XPeng’s Vision: Safety and Innovation

XPeng Aeroht proudly claims to be the largest flying car company in Asia, and their dedication shines through in their mission—to produce the safest intelligent electric flying car for personal use. While details about the electric propulsion remain scarce, it’s evident that XPeng is not just about creating vehicles; they’re crafting experiences that wouldn’t be out of place in a sci-fi blockbuster.

Watch out for XPeng Aeroht as they soar into the future, blending innovation with a touch of magic in the world of electric flying cars.