According to foreign news media reports on the 24th, Hyundai will announce two concept sports cars PAV and PBV at the 2020 CES show, and their sustainable vision for future transportation companies.
PAV is known as a "personal quadcopter", so the concept sports car is more like an airfield, containing a pair of aircraft wings and four aircraft propellers. It will be closely integrated with PBV special vehicles, and will be responsible for the work at the level of travel in big cities to deal with the problem of congestion in big cities. It is understood that PBV will maintain a completely unmanned role, if you transfer at a specific address, PAV and PBV will use electromagnetic energy as their energy source. At the beginning of December, the "Xianfeng My Land-Air Car" developed and designed by Spain's PAL-V Automobile Group appeared, with a pre-purchase price of 599,000 US dollars, and is expected to be put on the market in 2021.
"Flying car" has been the focus of project investment: well-known international airlines Airbus and Airbus have announced their participation; auto industry leaders such as Daimler, Toyota Motor, Aston Martin, Audi, and Goodwill compete Bet; there are also technology companies such as Intel, Teng Xun, Uber, etc. are also making reasonable arrangements. Flying cars have been developed to combine unmanned new energy vehicles (EVs) and passenger drones. In large urban areas, vehicles are driven by new energy vehicles, and the movement of the city is mid-air with unmanned aircraft with cabins. To keep flying cars, driverless technology and electrification are essential. The development prospects of key technologies for small cars and flying cars overlap with each other, and it is also expected to expand the requirements for controller parts, rechargeable batteries and lightweight raw materials.
Relevant listed companies include Ke Heng, Ke Li Yuan, Stone New Materials, Baolong Technology, etc.