DeLorean Aerospace builds DR-7 VTOL flying car

DeLorean Aerospace builds DR-7 like an F1 racing car but to fly in the sky. DR-7 VTOL uses monocoque composites as a flying car and wing design with high efficiency, seating composition for two passengers and minimal weight to achieve unparalleled speed and maneuverability. Innovative technology and styling provides a stunning flying experience.

Tinuku DeLorean Aerospace builds DR-7 VTOL flying car

Startup was founded by Paul DeLorean in 2012 developing flying cars in real life. DeLorean Aerospace introduced the DR-7 as a legacy of the great DeLorean era and plans to build vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) as a two-passenger vehicle.

The DR-7 does not look as strange as some concepts by the startups of other futuristic flying car makers, but two sets of wings, in front and back, each having a large fan along the center line for vertical takeoff and speeding horizontally.

"We are moving forward with a prototype full-sized trial that will carry two passengers and is designed to fully operate electricity for a distance of 120 miles," DeLorean said. DeLorean Aerospace builds DR-7 VTOL flying car

The aircraft has a length of 20 feet and a width of 18.5 feet, but the wings have a shaft to tuck sideways, so it becomes lean and goes into the garage. Battery-powered all-electric propulsion in favor of a special wing design has the ability to glide to increase the likelihood of a safe landing.

The company sets out a plan to equip full-fledged fly prototypes within a year to solve many transportation and inefficiency problems, such as worsening infrastructure, pollution and road congestion. Analysts predict only the next 5 to 15 years of mobility will no longer require a highway.


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