Flying cars for sale will be a reality by 2030, says Hyundai’s director for Europe
Michael Cole, chief executive of European operations for South Korean car brand Hyundai, said the firm had made some “very significant investments” in urban air mobility, adding: “We really believe it is part of the future.”
Cole admitted: “There is some time before we can really get this off the ground.
“We believe that for the latter part of this decade, undoubtedly, urban air mobility will offer a great opportunity to release congestion in cities, to help with emissions, whether it is mobility within the city in the air or even between cities “.
He told a conference of the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders industry group: “It is part of our future solution to offer smart and innovative mobility solutions.”
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