eVTOL X2 World’s First Flying Car, Specs, Price


Price $236,000.00/- In July 2021, a public exposition in Shanghai, China, and in March 2022, in Europe, respectively, introduced the world to the eVTOL X2. It is anticipated that the World’s First Flying Car will cost between $126,000.00 and $236,000.00 USD. In 2022, the business will test-fly the aircraft in Europe, and in 2024, serial manufacturing will start. Future mobility will change following the X2 flying car’s first global public flight.


After passing the unique operational risk assessment and receiving a special flying authorization from the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, this is XPENG eVTOL X2 first public exhibition (DCAA). Over 150 people were present to witness this inaugural flight.

The public flight was held at Skydive Dubai, which is close to The Palm and offers fantastic airspace conditions and expansive cityscape vistas, making it an absolutely stunning background for the historic trip.

The X2, which was separately created by XPeng subsidiary XPeng Aeroht, is the most recent generation of flying automobiles. It has an advanced flight control system and autonomous flight capabilities.

In contrast to helicopters and aircraft, eVTOL, or electric vertical take-off and landing vehicles, could allow rapid point-to-point personal travel.

evtol x2 Flying Car Specifications

Aircraft type eVTOL multicopter
Flying Mode Autonomous
Seating Capacity 2
Top speed 130 kp/h (81 mph)
Flight Time 35 minutes
Cruise altitude 300-500 m (984-1,640 ft)
Empty weight 360 kg (794 lb)
Maximum takeoff weight 560 kg (1,235 lb)
Propellers 8
Electric Motors 8
Power source Batteries
Fuselage Carbon fiber composite
Windows Canopy over cockpit
Landing gear Fixed skid landing


evtol x2 Flying Car

The fifth generation multicopter XPeng eVTOL X2 has a flying time of 35 minutes, eight electric motors, eight rotors, and can carry two passengers. Its top speed is 130 kph (81 mph). The aircraft was built primarily for urban air mobility, flies autonomously, and has fixed-skid landing gear (UAM).

A two-seat flying car is called the XPENG X2. It advances the cause of urban green transportation because it does not emit any carbon dioxide while in flight. Future low-altitude city planes can use it, and it’s ideal for short-distance city trips like sightseeing and medical transport.

There are two driving modes available on the XPENG X2: manual and automated. Passengers can have a safe and intelligent flying experience during the autonomous flight with simple takeoff, return, and landing procedures at the touch of a button.

Although evtol x2 flying car arms can be folded, decreasing its breadth to six feet, it is 16.3 feet long by 15.7 feet broad by 4.5 feet high (4.97 metres long by 4.78 feet wide by 1.36 metres high) (1.83 m). The vehicle’s maximum take-off weight is listed as 1,676 lb, and it is believed to weigh 1,236 lb (560 kg) (760 kg).

World First Flying Car

eVTOL X2 Safety Features

For its passengers and/or cargo, Distributed Electric Propulsion (DEP) offers safety through redundancy. DEP refers to the use of multiple motors and propellers on an airplane so that in the event of a failure of one or more motors or propellers, the remaining functional motors and propellers may safely land the aircraft. There is a ballistic parachute on the airplane.

This next-generation World’s First Flying Car, which can travel on land and in the air and has both manual and automatic flight driving modes, marks a genuine transition from two-dimensional to three-dimensional mobility. eVTOL X2 can activate the folding deformation system to achieve vertical takeoff and landing for a low-altitude human flight in addition to meeting daily travel demands.

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