UberAir's third test city may be in Japan or India.
Core hints :Uber hopes to bring flying cars to the sky, according to foreign media reports. Now it has selected five countries that it believes are best for future transportation: Australia, Brazil, France, India, and Japan. Uber will work with these five countries.

Release date:2018-10-23

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 Uber hopes to bring flying cars to the sky, according to foreign media reports. Now it has selected five countries that it believes are best for future transportation: Australia, Brazil, France, India, and Japan. Uber will work with these five countries. And launched UberAir worldwide.

In fact, in addition to Uber, including Luoersi·luoyisi, Boeing, Kitty Hawk(a Silicon Valley company funded by Google co-founder Larry Page), Efforts are also being made to develop such on-demand air taxis, high-tech rescue aircraft, and unmanned private aircraft.
 
It is understood that Uber will conduct flights, road tests(sky tests) in these five countries and work with local regulators to establish a regulatory framework that will make on-demand air services a reality. Uber had previously stated that it will launch a flying car service in Los Angeles as early as 2020, and plans to launch UberAir on demand by 2023 at the earliest.
 
Uber began looking for a third test city for UberAir after Dallas and Los Angeles. The list of UberAir's third test city currently includes Sydney or Melbourne in Australia, Rio de Janeiro or Sao Paulo in Brazil, Paris in Paris, Mumbai in India, Delhi or Bangalore, and Tokyo in Japan.
 
When UberAir leaves the ground, people will not see a car with wings, but an aircraft called eVTOL(electric vertical take-off and landing). This kind of aircraft looks like a drone that many people are playing with today. In May, the company unveiled the design of the eVTOL concept aircraft for the first time at the second Uber Eleven conference in Los Angeles. Uber is currently working with Embra and Boeing's Aurora Flight Sciences to develop the aircraft.
 
It is understood that the internal aircraft codenamed eCRM-003 uses four pairs of co-rotating rotor designs to create vertical helicopter power. The vertical helicopter means that the aircraft does not need a long runway to take off. It is only necessary to take off from the helicopter airport on the top floor of the building. At present, eCRM can reach 150-200 mph(240-320 km/h) and one-way range can reach 60 miles. Uber also said that aircraft with electric motors fly quieter and more efficiently than traditional helicopters.
 

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