This is the Doroni H1 eVTOL and it is the ideal flying supercar for the sky.
And it’s super easy to operate, you literally can take off and fly in three clicks.
The acronym ‘eVTOL’ stands for electric vertical take-off landing.
It means you don’t need a helipad or a runway to operate it – you can literally ‘park’ it and take off from your driveway.
Unlike other eVTOLs, the Doroni H1 wasn’t designed to be an air taxi.
It was instead created as a personal means of transport to beat traffic and make your life easier.
And of course the fact that it looks awesome helps.
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This aircraft was designed in Miami with two key priorities in mind: safety and simplicity.
The goal is to help people travel from A to B in a faster and easier way.
Speaking of which, the electric powertrain you’ll find under the ‘hood’ of the prototype gives it a top speed of 140 mph and a range of 60 miles.
However, the production car should be able to cover up to 100 miles on a charge.
Inside the cockpit, you’ll find a pair of supercar-style sports seats and two yokes.
This allows the driver / pilot to maneuver the aircraft from either side.
In addition to that, you’ve got three screens in front of you, giving you access to information about the vehicle, the sat-nav and the infotainment system.
So far Doroni has garnered interest from the city of Miami and grown a community of over 1,271 investors.
It has also received over 200 pre-order requests.
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However, there aren’t that many slots available, as Doroni is planning to build 36 units in its initial production run.
So it’s cool, it’s user-friendly, and it’s safe.
Doroni plans to certify the H1 eVTOL as a Light Sport Aircraft (LSA) with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
This certification will deem the H1 as a safe passenger vehicle suitable for private use, with some commercial applications as well.
That’s why a a standard driving license is all you need to fly it, along with a 20-hour training course.
And it’s less expensive than you think, starting at around $195,000.
A full prototype will be ready by mid December, and deliveries of the production H1 will commence in late 2024.