Australian racing startup Alauda has unveiled the world’s first remote-operated electric flying racing car called the Airspeeder Mk3, capable of achieving more than 120 km/h (75 mph). With an X-shaped configuration boasting 8 rotors, LiDAR and radar-based collision avoidance systems, and a 20-minute flight time per battery, the Mk3 can perform F-1 like hairpin turns while being airborne.⁠

Alauda expects to produce 10 units this year and says that the first manned Airspeeder Mk4 will be introduced in 2022. Get ready for what we expect will be the most popular racing sport in the world. ⁠

Check it out in action below!

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