The flying motorcycle developed by the company ALI Technologies in Japan was offered for sale at a price of 680 thousand dollars (approximately 6.5 million TL).
The so-called “XTurismo Limited Edition” motorcycle It can fly at speeds of up to 100 kilometers per hour on a single charge for 40 minutes.
The Tokyo-based startup, backed by electronics giant Mitsubishi and Japanese football player Keisuke Honda, will only know by mid-2022. flying It aims to produce 200 of the motorcycles.
XTurismo Limited Editions have four motors, one conventional and one battery powered.
ALI Technologies CEO Daisuke Katano said with their new production they “hope to introduce a new way of moving.”
Overcrowding is a big problem for Tokyo, which has a population of 13 million. The high-tech city is one of the most populated metropolitan areas in the world.
However, current laws in Japan prevent flying motorcycles from flying on busy roads.
Speaking at the launch on the race track, Katano said that for this reason, the vehicle could only be used on such tracks in Japan in the near future.
Alternatively, Katano thinks the vehicle could be used to navigate to areas inaccessible to rescue teams.