The video shows a station wagon fitted with 4 propellers, as in quadcopters, in addition to the standard wheeled chassis. The screws are large and gain speed in a minute.
As part of the test, they tried to fix the car in one place in the air, but the “hybrid” wobbled. Then the car flew forward a little and, without turning around, returned to its original position and landed quite clumsily.
Insiders appreciated the problems of the flying car. According to them, the unit needs improvement. Flying car is needed to save Chinese cities from noise pollution and evacuate highways. In reality, however, the screws spin very loudly, plus strong air currents that bend the trees.
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