The first indigenous flying car has been tested in the Middle East country of Turkey. The car, which looks like a Hollywood sci-fi film, has been named Cezeri. The large blades in this car remind you of Tom Crude’s Oblivion released in 2013. Cezeri has been engineered by Turkish engineers and its successful testing has also been completed in Istanbul last week. However, it is currently a flying car prototype and currently, there are no plans to launch it.
Planning to Prepare another Prototype
Cezeri’s prototype maker, Beycar, is also planning to prepare another prototype for further testing. Talking to Turkish media about this, company Chief Technology Officer Selcuk Bayraktar said that in the coming days more advanced prototypes are going to be made. These cars will be driven.
Length and Weight of the Car
The length of the Cezeri is about 10 meters and this car weighs 230 kg. The company said that the commercial launch of this car will start in 10 to 15 years. In the next 3 to 4 years, this car can be used as quad bikes for entertainment in rural areas. In September last year, Cezeri was also introduced in Teknofest. Teknofest is organized every year in Istanbul by Turkish Technology and Aerospace. The car is named after Ismail al-Jazari, a well-known 12th-century engineer. The savage builder of this car has been working since 1984. The company makes armed and non-armed drones, control systems, simulators and avionics systems.