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Xpeng Aeroht Unveils Futuristic 'Land Aircraft Carrier': The Revolutionary Modular Flying Car Set to Soar in 2025

Xpeng Aeroht, the leading company in Asia's aviation industry, has unveiled its groundbreaking modular flying car, the "Land Aircraft Carrier," set to open for pre-orders in the fourth quarter of 2024, with deliveries slated to commence in the same period of 2025.

Xpeng Aeroht Unveils Futuristic 'Land Aircraft Carrier': The Revolutionary Modular Flying Car Set to Soar in 2025

This innovative vehicle boasts a two-part design, seamlessly transitioning between ground and air modes. The air unit facilitates vertical take-off for low-altitude flights, while the ground unit surrounds it, enabling traditional land locomotion.

The 'Land Aircraft Carrier' is envisioned to elevate the travel experience from ground to sky, not only for personal use but also potentially for public services such as rescues, as reported by the Chinese news agency.

The grand announcement took place at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2024 in Las Vegas. Alongside the 'Land Aircraft Carrier,' Xpeng Aeroht also showcased the international debut of the eVTOL flying model, offering attendees the unique opportunity to witness a live demonstration of the transition from land mode to flight mode for the first time outside of China.


As a subsidiary of Xpeng Motors, Xpeng Aeroht brings over a decade of experience in low-altitude flight exploration to the table. With basic tests successfully completed, the modular flying car is now in the preparation stage for mass production.

While the final design is still evolving, the futuristic cyber-mechanical aesthetic is already apparent, featuring bold lines and sleek surfaces reminiscent of a spaceship.

Weighing in at 2 tonnes, this supercar can comfortably accommodate up to five passengers, including two in the cockpit. In land mode, it elegantly folds its flying components, presenting a stunning road appearance. Transitioning to flight mode, it unfurls its wing-arms, facilitating vertical take-off and landing.

The flying mode promises to offer innovative solutions for traffic congestion, not only in Beijing but also across the country. With the prospect of strapping in and flying to work, Xpeng Aeroht's 'Land Aircraft Carrier' is poised to revolutionize personal and public transportation, blending the boundaries between the road and the sky.



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