The recording was released by HT Aero, a subsidiary of the Chinese manufacturer.
HT Aero, a subsidiary of Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer Xpeng, released a video in which he showed the test of a flying car prototype, driven like a normal car.
The video was published this Wednesday on the company’s Weibo account.
In the recording it can be seen that the device has a steering wheel, with the Xpeng logo, and a lever that apparently allows control of the movement up or down, forward or backward, while that the steering wheel helps to move to the left or to the right, indicates the Electrek portal.
“We hope that the final mode of driving will be as simple and easy to learn as a car. We are constantly experimenting with ‘flying car control logic’ that integrates ground and air to verify its feasibility; at the same time, we are also exploring other methods”, reads the message on the social network.
Previously, the company had announced that they planned to launch a flying car by 2024. They promised that the vehicle would have a lightweight design and a folding rotor. This will allow the car to drive on roads and fly once the rotors expand. Likewise, it will have a series of security elements, such as parachutes.