The Alauda Airspeeder is a personal hover bike that uses four symmetrically placed propulsion points at each corner of the vehicle to fly through the air. These propulsion points each feature 2 rotors, and are electrically powered.
Stage of Development
No technical details have been released on Alauda's Airspeeder to date. The Alauda challenge is creation of a racing league that features live streamed race events of thei hover bikes in head-to-head races. The first test race is scheduled for 2018 and the first official race is scheduled for 2020.
Our Take on Alauda
Because Alauda has not released hardly any information on their airspeeder, TransportUP does not have a prospectus on the company at this time. Look out for the test race coming later in 2018 and the first official race (scheduled for 2020).
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