Google Founder Announces Pilotless Flying Taxi
Larry Page, CEO of Alphabet and Co-founder of Google, unveiled a commercial plane taxi called Cora.
Page’s flying car start-up, Kitty Hawk, is collaborating with the New Zealand government to commercialize the first flying taxis. The car has already made success test flights and if mainstreamed, Cora will revolutionize transportation.
Cora can travel up to 93 miles per hour and cover a distance of approximately 100 kilometers. It can take off and land vertically, eliminating the need for the runway, and it is an all-electric vehicle.