Flying Vehicle Dubbed Jetson One

The real life Jetsons! Start-up develops a $92,000 flying vehicle dubbed Jetson One that ‘anyone can own and fly’

  • The electric flying vehicle can operate for about 15 minutes on a single charge 
  • It comes 50 per cent complete with the rest built at the new owners home
  • The device, which sells for £66,000 ($92,000) is sold out completely in 2022

A startup from Sweden has developed a personal flying vehicle that it says ‘anyone can fly’ called the Jetson One, and it is available for £66,000 ($92,000).

The all electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft was launched this month, three years after the firm released a ‘proof of concept’ prototype in 2018.

‘Our mission is to make flight available to everyone. The Jetson one is an electric helicopter that you can own and fly. We intend to make everyone a pilot,’ said Jetson co-founder Peter Ternstrom. 

The single-seat ‘built at home’ kit-copter can zoom along at 63 mph thanks to its lightweight aluminium and carbon fibre frame and 118 horsepower engine. 

A startup from Sweden has developed a personal flying vehicle that it says 'anyone can fly' called the Jetson One, and it is available for £66,000 ($92,000)+

A startup from Sweden has developed a personal flying vehicle that it says ‘anyone can fly’ called the Jetson One, and it is available for £66,000 ($92,000).

The car is named after The Jetsons, a fictional 'future family' created in the early 1960s by Hanna-Barbera Productions, and including UFO-like flying cars+

The car is named after The Jetsons, a fictional ‘future family’ created in the early 1960s by Hanna-Barbera Productions, and including UFO-like flying cars.

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