The future of motorsport is here, it appears in the form of Airspeeder Mk3. The electric flying car is the first type, a full-scale remotely operated eVTOL, which will start racing later this year. The creator Alauda produces 10 identical cars at his factory in Adelaide, South Australia, and is troubled by a series of series called “Sky Formula One”. The machine borrows the characteristics of old F1 racing cars, and uses a lightweight carbon fiber structure and octagonal aircraft layout, while the LIDAR and RADAR systems allow for intense competition. Although the current vehicles are purely remote, the company plans to deliver the manned Airspeeder Mk4 in 2022. Click here for more details.