In the world, flying motorcycles are also becoming a reality. The 'XTurismo' flying bike was on display at the Detroit Auto Show in America. AERWINS Technology, a Japanese firm, created this hoverbike. The bike is powered by gasoline and has a peak speed of up to 100 kmph.
The bike's mass manufacturing with a speed restriction of 80 to 100 kmph has yet to begin. This bike can stay in the air for 30 to 40 minutes at a time. This bike is available in three different colors: red, blue, and black. While flying, a 300 kg bike can support a weight of around 100 kg.
A Kawasaki hybrid engine powers the gasoline-electric hoverbike. While flying, the bike produces a lot of noise. The business intends to sell roughly 200 limited versions in 2022 after incorporating noise reducers.
The flying bike was featured in the Hollywood film 'Star Wars.' This Japanese company's hoverbike is likewise based on a similar design. The motorcycle costs Rs 6.19 crore. However, sales of this bike are yet to begin in India.
Suhai Komatsu, the company's CEO, stated that the bike is now available in Japan. The hoverbike's smaller variant will be available in the United States beginning in 2023. Following the successful sale of the bike, the smaller and less expensive version will be available in India, China, and other parts of the world in about 2025.