The Leo Coupe supercar is positioned as a personal vehicle starting at $460,000.
American startup Leo Flight has unveiled its debut project of an electric flying car, the Coupe. The start of production is planned for 2026. This is stated on the company’s website.
The supercar has a slim and streamlined design with large front and rear fenders, and the door swings upwards.
The cabin is designed for three to four people. The cabin is multi-glazed. And equipment includes a head-up display, seatback screens and airbags.
The car will be fully autonomous. This means that the owner does not need to obtain a pilot’s license.
Maximum speed – 320 km/h. The power reserve is about 400 km.
In addition, the Leo Coupe can glide or open its parachute and descend to the ground.
We remind you that earlier in Canada a hybrid flying car was presented.
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