The Israeli-made “CityHawk” can be used for rescue missions, military applications, and even daily commutes!
Urban Aeronautics is an Israeli company that is developing a flying car called the “CityHawk,” which uses an “internal propeller system called Fancraft (named after the large fans at the front and rear of the aircraft) that is safer for passersby and takes up much less space,” Israel21c reported.
The CityHawk is “about the size of a large SUV” and “can land on a sidewalk near your home or office.”
“With such a small physical footprint, they serve a critical need: the ability to land anywhere,” said Urban Aeronautics’ CEO. These flying cars have already flown 300 test missions!