Hyundai Flying Taxi Supernal S A2 Unveiled in CES 2024″ Now Hyundai will fly fast in the air

Hyundai Flying Taxi Supernal S A2 Unveiled

Hyundai Flying Taxi Supernal S A2 Unveiled: Hyundai Motor is the third largest car manufacturer in the Indian market. But along with being a very big car manufacturing company globally, it also produces many other great vehicles.

Hyundai Motors recently unveiled its new flying taxi globally at CES 2024, which is expected to be brought into production by 2028. In the coming time, Hyundai expects the demand for flying taxis to increase due to heavy traffic jams. And Hyundai is currently working on this. All the information about Hyundai Flying Taxi is given ahead of time.

Hyundai Flying Taxi Supernal S A2 Unveiled
_____Hyundai Flying Taxi Supernal S A2 Unveiled

Hyundai Flying Taxi Supernal S A2 Unveiled

Hyundai Flying Taxi Supernal SA2 will be a great aerial vehicle for vertical takeoff and landing. Although this is not the first time it has been unveiled, the SA1 was also unveiled for the first time in 2020. A maximum of five people can ride at a time along with the pilot in this flying taxi, which will be operated with electricity.

Hyundai Flying Taxi Supernal S A2 Unveiled
________Hyundai Flying Taxi Supernal S A2 Unveiled

Supernaval is to be led by Hyundai President Jaiwon Shin, who has spent much of his time researching with NASA. Shin said that aircraft industry projections show that there will be a huge expansion of eVTOL aircraft as an alternative to taxis in the future. To accomplish this, there will be a need for a large number of aircraft in the market, whereas the number of global commercial aircraft does not exceed 30,000 units.

Hyundai Flying Taxi Supernal S A2 Design and features.

The design of Supernal SA2 looks very attractive and excellent. The Supernal SA2 is designed to be quieter than conventional helicopters and light aircraft. It is operated with electricity. It can fly at 192 kilometers per hour and at 15000 feet.

Along with this, it has also been designed for short flights between 40 to 65 kilometers. The Supernal SA2 uses eight tilting rotors to maintain stability in low air. According to Shin, the batteries are currently electric-powered, but this hydrogen engine will be equipped with sealed technology in future generations.

Hyundai Flying Taxi Supernal S A2 Unveiled
_____Hyundai Flying Taxi Supernal S A2 Unveiled

It has been designed by Luc Donckerwolker, chief designer of Hyundai Motor Group, who calls it Auto Meet Aero. The Supernal S A2 is the latest innovation that will take the vehicle division to a higher level.

Feature/Specification Details
Type Electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing (eVTOL) Aircraft
Seating Capacity Up to 5 people, including the pilot
Cruising Speed 192 kph
Altitude Capability Up to 1,500 ft
Power Source Battery-powered (potential for hydrogen fuel cell)
Noise Levels 65dB during vertical take-off, 45dB when cruising
Range Designed for shorter journeys: 40-65 km
Rotors Eight tilting rotors
Lead Designer Luc Donckerwolke, Hyundai Group’s Design Chief
Projected Production Start 2028
Testing Timeline Flight tests in 2025, pre-production testing in 2026-2027
Development Lead Hyundai President Jaiwon Shin (formerly of NASA)

 

Hyundai Flying Taxi Supernal S A2 Launch

The company has not given any official information about when Supernal SA2 will be launched globally. But its production is expected to start in 2025 and free production vehicles will be tested in 2026 and 2027.

However, there is no information yet about whether it will be launched in the Indian market. But it is expected that it will take a long time to reach India.

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