The vehicle is capable of reaching 762 m to 1,219 m in altitude and can cruise around 138 mph.
Wisk Aero has unveiled Generation 6, an all-electric aerotaxi with vertical takeoff and landing. The vehicle could be the first of its kind to be certified as an autonomous eVTOL.
Designed for four passengers, the Generation 6 air cab is controlled by a dispatcher, who can intervene in the flight at any time. The vehicle is capable of signing on at altitudes ranging from 762 to 1,219 m. and reaching speeds of up to 138 mph.
The new air cab from Wisk Aero has improved safety features - the aircraft has a simplified design without a large number of moving parts, hydraulics, oil and fuel. According to the developers, the probability of an accident of the Generation 6 is estimated as "one in a billion.
The interior of the plane is similar to a car. There is a charging station and WiFi inside the Generation 6. The air cab is also equipped with entrances for passengers with disabilities and an interface for people with hearing and vision impairments. The cost of transportation in the U.S. is expected to be $3 per person per mile.