Stratosfera Volatile is the futuristic aircraft you’ll find in the year 3000

It's like a space pod, but for the city.
  • Lazzarini Design has launched two prototypes, one for the skies and one for the water
  • They’re called Stratosfera Volatile and Stratosfera Acquatica, respectively
  • It’s basically like an eVTOL, except it looks like a space pod

Published on Feb 2, 2024 at 7:08PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Feb 8, 2024 at 5:28PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Adam Gray

The Stratosfera Volatile is one of the most amazing aircraft concept we’ve ever seen.

It’s designed as an eVTOL and it seats two people.

Design-wise, it reminds us of the Dragon Ball-style space pods we saw at Japan Mobility Show last year.

This should come as no surprise since Lazzarini Design, the studio behind this idea, has given us a lot of incredible concepts before.

Among other things, these are the same people that came up with the swan-shaped yacht and even the turtle-shaped floating city Saudi Arabia is planning to build.

The Stratosfera looks a bit different when compared to other eVTOLs, mostly because of its shape.

The pod is powered by four propellers, which are located on the roof of the pod, rather than at the bottom or underneath it.

What makes it even more special is the Volatile is one of two concepts.

The other one being the Stratosfera Acquatica, which is actually a watercraft that can also be driven on land.

Unfortunately, the bad news is this is just a prototype.

The good news, however, is Lazzarini will indeed build this provided it can find suitable buyers.

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