Airspeeder Mk3 flying race cars fly together for the first time

Alauda Aeronautics is happy to announce that it has successfully tested dual Speeder operations as a preparation for its remotely-flown EXA racing series. What that means is, the two “flying racing cars” as they are billed, have flown side-by-side for the first time at speeds up to 80 km/h (50 mph) and flown within 15 metres of each other.

As mentioned, the EXA Series will be remotely piloted initially, before actually putting humans into the cockpit in 2022. If everything goes according to plan, the remote series will begin later this year. Read more here.

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