World’s first flying racing car factory in South Australia
[World’s first flying racing car factory in South Australia]– Alauda Aeronautics intends to build the world’s first flying racing car factory in Adelaide, South Australia. Ladies and gentlemen, the future of flying vehicles may not be only fiction as depicted in ‘Back to the Future II,’ because in the next years, we may not only witness vehicles flying but also racing over our heads.
One of the top-notch facilities, which might be built within the Australian Space Park, will create racing cars for Airspeeder’s next racing series. The Government of South Australia will co-fund Australia’s first specialized space manufacturing cluster, which will feature the world’s first electric flying racing car factory.
The Alauda Aeronautics facility represents the rising strategic and economic importance of South Australia’s rapidly evolving space and aerospace industries: by 2040, the eVTOL (electric vertical take-off and landing) industry is expected to be worth over $1.5 trillion. This sophisticated development, engineering, and production facility have received a total investment of $20 million (Australian). The factory’s construction is part of a broader plan to create specialized technological space.
Fleet Space Technologies, co-founded by Alauda Aeronautics and Airspeeder CEO Matt Pearson, will also construct its production and R&D hub in almost the same area, enabling a way for knowledge and facility sharing with tech organizations at the forefront of their respective fields.
The world’s first full-scale electric flying racing vehicles were created by Alauda Aeronautics, demonstrating the company’s technology and commercial strategy. In the deserts around the firm’s present headquarters in Adelaide, Alauda Mk3 craft actively participated in historic inaugural flight tests and the very first trial race. South Australia has undoubtedly shown to be the ideal staging ground for such a sport which is establishing the underlying infrastructural facilities that will underpin the electric flying car mobility revolution.
Airspeeder has put together an international group of top technical, design, and engineering expertise from Airbus, Boeing, Ferrari, McLaren, Jaguar-Land Rover, and Rolls-Royce, and is currently in full production ahead of the EXA Series’ debut race in 2022. Teams from all around the world will get cars that are the first of their kind in the world.