“Flying car” by Google co-founder was able to operate


It is expected that the model will be sold in the market by the end of this year

On Monday, Kitty Hawk — the startup earning an investment from Google co-founder Larry Page — unveiled the Kitty Hawk Flyer. The flyer model they tested, called Flyer, was able to fly vertically.

According to the New York Times, this device was developed to fly over water and is expected to be available in the market later this year. Accordingly, Flyer users can fly without the pilot, as long as they do not affect other people and vehicles.

At this time Flyer’s price has not been announced, but startup agent Kitty Hawk said the pre-orderers who deposit $100  will be offered a $ 2,000 discount when the product is sold officially.

Flyer has a modest speed of only 40 km/h and a maximum flying height of 4.5 m.

Currently the Flyer is only in the trial version, the real version sold to customers will have another design.