Google's co-founder and Alphabet CEO Larry Page's autonomous flying taxi company made Cora the first vehicle to be seen for the first time.
In 2016, Larry Page invested in two flying taxi initiatives. One of these, Kitty Hawk, was testing the autonomous flying supersite named Cora in New Zealand.
The so-called 'Cora' autonomous vehicle was known to a very limited extent. The company has been publishing a prototype of a prototype flying over the water of a completely electric flying cabin the year we passed.
Kitty Hawk, who wants to bring flying taxis to people's service, announced today that they are working together on commercial use of flying taxis by the New Zealand government on a video they are publishing today.
Driven without a driver, Cora can reach 150 km / h and travel 100 km / h with a full pillar. Vertical landing and departure taxis do not need any pistes.
New Zealand's Minister of Research, Science and Innovation Megan Woods notes that Cora taxis will support the country's goal of reaching zero emissions by 2050.
Under the agreement between New Zealand and Kitty Hawk, the official certification process for Cora taxis is starting. The parties plan to pass the first flying taxi network in the country within three years.