Swedish EVTOL company Jetson has announced that the entire production run for their Jetson One flying car has already sold out for 2022..
Founded by Peter Ternstrom and Tomasz Patan in 2017 Jetson specializes in electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) vehicles, the newly launched Jetson One priced at a modest $92,000 costs the same as a Porsche Cayman sports car but offers a much better perspectives plus no pilot's license is required to fly one.
Constructed of a lightweight aluminium space frame and carbon-kevlar composite body. The Jetson One is powered by eight electric motors proving a flight time of 20 minutes, reaching a top speed of 102 kilometres per hour (63 miles per hour). Additionally, the single-seater aircraft features advanced avionics and safety systems, including a triple-redundant flight computer, terrain tracking, obstacle avoidance and when not is use is collapsible to 90 cm (35.5 in) wide .
Jetson’s founders, Peter Ternström, said that the company has already taken 163 preorders for the electric aerial vehicle, which is pretty impressive. The company’s aim is “to make the skies available for everyone with our safe personal electric aerial vehicle.”
Upon delivery the small eVTOL will arrive 50 percent assembled obviously the frame comes in one piece while the batteries and cables are up to you—with detailed instructions, of course.
Jetson’s founders, Peter Ternström has confirmed that the company has already taken 163 preorders for the electric aerial vehicle, which is pretty impressive with buyers expected to receive their Jetson ONE in the Autumn of 2023.
For more information visit: www.jetsonaero.com