‘World’s first’ electric vertical motorsport revealed

‘World’s first’ electric vertical motorsport revealed:  The first electric vertical motorsport has been launched by Air Race E.

This will create a different type of aircraft, vertical take off and landing aircraft (VTOL) also known as the flying car.

This is set to be introduced at the world championship air race as of next year.

The race will see electric airplanes race on a five kilometre circuit just ten metres above the ground and at speeds faster than any land-based motorsport, this race will aim to set new standards in electric aviation.

“The V-Class demonstrates a major step-change in air racing. Air Race E will be working directly with the top pioneering organisations in the e-VTOL world to shape the event to be at the vanguard of both technology and entertainment in this next generation of motorsport.” said Jeff Zaltman, Chief Executive Officer of Air Race E.

‘World’s first’ electric vertical motorsport revealed

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