Xpeng’s X2 flies in Dubai, just five days after Volocopter’s 2X air taxi debuts in Rome.

Two eVTOLs Hit Skies in One Week, Proving That Emissions-Free Flying Is (Almost) Here

Xpeng’s X2 flies in Dubai, just five days after Volocopter's 2X air taxi debuts in Rome. - xpengx2 convert - Xpeng’s X2 flies in Dubai, just five days after Volocopter’s 2X air taxi debuts in Rome.

If the past week has shown us anything, it’s that “flying cars” are no longer some far-off fantasy.

Two startups hailing from entirely different continents have successfully launched electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft just five days apart. China’s Xpeng Motors showed off its “flying car” in the skies of the United Arab Emirates, while Germany’s Volocopter took its air taxi for a spin in Italy.

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