Audi in New Partnership to Test Sky Taxi

Audi in New Partnership to Test Sky Taxi

0 comments 📅20 June 2018, 20:45

Audi is attractive to the skies with its latest partnership. The automaker is starting a new sky taxi Urban Air Mobility scheme.

“Connected, electric and autonomous cars will make urban traffic more likeable and cleaner and will save space – that means better quality of existence for people in cities,” said interim Audi CEO Bram Schot. That’s why Audi is looking at adding another dimension to mobility to sterile up streets and save space.

The Urban Air Mobility project is a partnership between Audi, Airbus, and the EU. Audi and Airbus revealed their Pop.Up Next exciting autonomous flying car concept at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this year. This new out will create a test area in Ingolstadt to help bring the concept closer to genuineness.

If there is too much traffic on the ground, think up. Instead of multi-level highways, the sky is, to some literally, the limit. Or use the tech to keep transportation off of residential streets and free them up for the people who active on them to play and enjoy. Green instead of asphalt. “In the distant days, concepts such as Pop.Up Next are to transport people quickly and comfortably on the roads and in the air in husky cities, thus solving traffic problems,” said Schot.

No little talk on when the sky taxi will take flight.

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