Flying cars had been the fantasy of many tech enthusiasts and even though the technology isn’t yet in our reach just yet at least in the mainstream level, Hyundai is here to present it’s prowess as one of the top and most future oriented automobile company as the is said to have already invested billions of dollars into the future of transportation with the Flying Cars being part of means of transportation later on.
What more would showcase how far Hyundai had gone than actually presenting what it had worked on over the last couple of months or years by bringing in a physical concept. According to the company on Thursday, Hyundai is said to have a Personal Air Vehicle or PAV which will be ready to be shown to the world during the CES 2020 at Las Vegas.
While this is relatively new, it might not take very long enough before it becomes mainstream considering many factors that holds people back these days due to traffic congestion. The air is open and doesn’t need a particular route to get anywhere.
With the technology aimed at helping riders hail a car using smartphone mobile applications with which they can book and then select their location. What I would find to be even more amazing would be the fact that these cars are built on complete autopilot technology whereby you hail and travel from place to place without the need to go through the drama of an actual driver or pilot depending on what the PAV driver would be called in the future.
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And as a concept car, the fact is it’s going to take boatloads of contracts, agreements, testing and so forth before governments can accept this kind of technology into an actual legal means of transportation.
But all that are based on my own assumption as we can’t wait to see the Hyundai’s PAV ecosystem which will feature the Hub which is a structure that acts as a community space based on Hyundai’s imagination. This would be some kind of mini airport where these flying cars will dork or something.
Also Hyundai won’t only show flying cars but showcase other products it’s offering for the future ahead which includes autonomous purpose-built vehicle that will have varieties of functionalities and customization options. But whatever it is Hyundai has in stuck will be revealed during the CES 2020 starting on the 7th January to 11th January 2020.