Xpeng unveiled its all-electric drone at this year’s Beijing Motor Show, which will be able to fly between 5 and 25 meters in height.
Unfortunately, the drone named Xpeng Kiwigogo is not on the market recently, but it is a good indication that manufacturers around the world are increasingly looking at the idea of residential flying, and most see it as an option in drones.
XPENG HAS BEEN DEVELOPING THE BREAKFAST FOR THE SEVEN YEARS, THEY HAVE A TOTAL OF 15 PATENTS BUILT IN AND MORE THAN 10 THOUSANDS OF SECURITY TESTS.
In addition to the drone, Xpeng is primarily involved in the production of electric cars, they have recently launched their second model and electric vehicle manufacturing is likely to remain the company’s main profile.The design and testing of the drones is currently handled by the Xpeng Heitech subsidiary, which the company says is one of Xpeng’s long-term projects, meaning it is not currently an integral part of the parent company. This, in turn, also means that in the foreseeable future, no one will be able to fly Kiwigogo over the cities.