Two-person, 110mph electric craft made by Google co-founder’s drone company begins regulatory approval process in New Zealand
Kitty Hawk said it is working with the New Zealand government to commercialize its air taxis.
billing the vehicle as a cross between the Delorean from "Back to the Future" and the "Jetsons" hovercar.
The secretive company, financed by Google co-founder Larry Page, has finally broken cover.
New Zealand's government has announced an agreement to test the vehicles, revealed for the first time in stunning footage, in the country.
Larry Page-backed Cora autonomous airborne vehicle has 100km range
The aircraft named Cora will make its first stop in New Zealand.
Kitty Hawk, an aviation company backed by Google co-founder and Alphabet CEO Larry Page, unveiled its autonomous air taxi, named Cora, on Tuesday. The two-person passenger vehicle, which has rotors along its wings so it can take off like a…