Watch: If you like Dubai’s flying cars, you’ll love flying bikes

While Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) recently announced that it will be adding 200 driverless flying cars to the streets of Dubai by July, a Russian company has unveiled a flying bike.

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While Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) recently announced that it will be adding 200 driverless flying cars to the streets of Dubai by July, a Russian company has unveiled a flying bike.

Hoversurf, the Russian-based company unveiled their latest product called the Scorpio-3. It is a hovering machine that combines the features of a quadcopter drone with a bike.  It is a single-seat, electric-powered hoverbike that is intended to be an extreme sports instrument.

The company Hoversurf says, Scorpio – 3 is the world’s first electric hoverbike that’s intended to be “an extreme sports instrument” for both “amateur and professional navigators”, according to a report in The Verge.

The hoverbike’s range and velocity are limited as it is said to run on custom-made software. Hoversurf says that the Scorpio-3’s design was “inspired by heavy-duty sport-utility motorbike frames that basically surfs through the air by changing altitude and direction”. More info

By Web report  khaleejtimes.com

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