envisioned by delorean aerospace, the DR-7 is built like an F1 race car but for the sky. comprised of a monocoque composite body, this flying car has high-efficiency wing design, a seating composition for two — where one sits in front of the other — and weight kept to a minimum in order to achieve unrivaled speed and maneuverability. by blending innovative technologies with bold styling, this proposal delivers an exhilarating flight experience.

 

see how the DR-7 folds its wings

 

 

created by delorean aerospace, the DR-7 aims to bring the freedom and thrill of personal air transportation to the masses. its superior design and engineering, combined with its advance architecture, results in a practical, elegant and extremely safe alternative to conventional aircrafts, with the convenience of airpot-free access. accompanying this, the DR-7 flying car is equipped with a zero-emission modern electric power system.

the delorean aerospace flying car is built like an F1 race car for the sky designboom
the flying car has a monocoque composite body with high-efficient wing design

 

 

safety is one of the main concerns of the aircraft, and to assure a secure flight it has a first centerline twin vectoring propulsion system, stall-resistant canard wings, and multiple patent-pending features. its incredible low drag coefficient maximizes its range under fully electric power. overall, delorean aerospace’s vision is to actualize the dream of practical and accessible air mobility.

the delorean aerospace flying car is built like an F1 race car for the sky designboom
weight has been kept to a minimum in order to achieve unrivaled speed and maneuverability

the delorean aerospace flying car is built like an F1 race car for the sky designboom
by blending innovative technologies with bold styling, this proposal delivers and exhilarating flight experience

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