Flying AirCar developer signs deal with China

Flying AirCar developer signs deal with China
Flying AirCar developer signs deal with China

Nitra, Slovakia – March 27, 2024 – KleinVision, the Slovakian company behind the world’s first certified flying car, the AirCar, has announced a major partnership with prominent Chinese firm Hebei Jianxin Flying Car Technology Co., LTD.pen_spark

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It takes just over two minutes to transform from a car into a winged aircraft.

In 2021, the AirCar, equipped with a BMW engine running on regular fuel, successfully flew a 35-minute journey between two airports in Slovakia, utilising runways for both take-off and landing.

In 2023, a Chinese company called EHang received a safety certificate for its electric flying taxi, marking a significant step towards making these futuristic vehicles a reality. This development aligns with predictions from the UK government, which suggests flying taxis could become commonplace in just a few years, by 2028.

But unlike drone-type passenger aircraft that take off and land vertically, the AirCar requires a runway.

A recent groundbreaking deal grants Hebei Jianxin a geographically limited license to manufacture and sell KleinVision’s innovative state-of-the-art flying car technology within a specific region of China. The agreement was finalised of which the financial details were undisclosed, marking a strategic advancement of innovative mobility solutions.

“We are thrilled to partner with Hebei Jianxin,” said Stefan Klein, Chairman of the Board at KleinVision. “This collaboration will significantly expand access to our revolutionary flying car technology and propel advancements in the industry,” added Anton Zajac, KleinVision co-founder.

The agreement strengthens KleinVision’s position as a frontrunner in developing and promoting cutting-edge transportation solutions. The company’s leadership in flying car technology has recently garnered significant attention, with visits from popular YouTuber MrBeast and the crew from The Grand Tour.

This landmark deal paves the way for KleinVision’s technology to redefine transportation standards in China, while solidifying the company’s role in shaping the future of global mobility.

“We are pleased to announce the sale of the license for our certified flying car technology to the esteemed Chinese company,” stated Stefan Klein, Chairman of the Board at KleinVision. “This partnership represents a significant step in our mission to expand global access to revolutionary mobility solutions and drive progress in the industry,” added Anton Zajac, co-founder at KleinVision.

Hebei Jianxin’s dedication to excellence and market leadership aligns perfectly with the AirCar developer’s vision of shaping the future of mobility on a global scale.

Recent visits of the first billionaire Youtuber, MrBeast and the crew of Grand Tour: Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are clear validations of KleinVision’s technology as demonstrated in their flabbergasting videos.