Kitty Hawk announced that it’s shutting down its original flying car project and that it’ll focus on its all-electric Flyer personal aircraft going forward.
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Project Heaviside is Kitty Hawk’s latest high-performance electric VTOL vehicle. It is designed to be fast, small and exceedingly quiet.
One-person VTOL Kitty Hawk’s Flyer has now flown over 25,000 times.
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