Japan’s teTra Unveils Kit-built eVTOL

Mk-5 has 32 lift rotors for redundancy and safety in vertical flight.
Credit: teTra Aviation
The Japanese startup that won the Pratt & Whitney Disruptor Award at the 2020 GoFly Prize event has unveiled its first product, a single-seat electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing vehicle it plans to offer as a kit-built experimental aircraft beginning in 2022. Tokyo-based teTra Aviation debuted the...
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