The World’s First Commercially Available Passenger Drone

Guangzhou-based Ehang revealed a look at the future at Las Vegas' CES this week... with the unveiling of the world's first self-flying aircraft prototype.

The Ehang 184 is similar t a quadcopter drone, but features a small cockpit that can carry a single passenger.

Following 100 test flights, the pilotless vehicle has been designed to fly at altitudes of between 300 to 500-meters, though the company claims it can reach up to 3500-meters. Flying at a maximum speed of 63mph, the self-flying drone allows passengers to choose their route and destination via tablet... and take off, delivering you up to 10 miles away.

It's unclear if flight restrictions in the UK/US could limit the use of passenger drones, but Ehang are working to get the prototype ready for the skies.

  • Bop it_Twis it_Pull it

    It flies too low, ppl will shoot them down while there are passengers, smh nobody thinks do they, anyway, CasteeL, you have too many errors on the site bruh, lemme work at Ballerstatus headquarters, I'll take this site to the next level