The Xpeng X2 is the world’s first flying car

The XPeng X2 is the flying vehicle of the future.
  • The Xpeng X2 is the world’s first flying car
  • It can fly for 35 minutes on a single charge
  • In future, this concept will also be able to drive the roads

Published on Jan 18, 2024 at 6:24PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Feb 2, 2024 at 9:01PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Adam Gray

As far as futuristic cars go, the XPeng X2 is one of the best – it’s a flying car that looks like it stepped straight out of sci-fi.

The world of flying cars is still in its infancy, but if the XPeng is anything to go by, the future is bright.

The Chinese company’s prototype X2 can fly for around 35 minutes off a three-hour charge, and – if things keep going the way they are – we’ll definitely see improvements to that in the near future.

It looks gnarly as hell, and has four helicopter-style propellers on the side that get it off the floor.

The idea is that future concepts will drive on the road as well, but they’re clearly well on the way to bringing the movies to life with this vehicle.

Take a look for yourself – can you see yourself whizzing around in one of these?

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