Hyundai, through its advanced air mobility division, Supernal, has taken a significant leap in the realm of urban transportation. At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2024, Supernal unveiled its latest innovation, the S-A2 eVTOL (electric vertical takeoff and landing) vehicle.
The company announced the creation of Supernal, a company that aims to develop electric flying vehicles for the future. Supernal will continue to develop a concept car, the S-A1, and plans to produce the first models as early as 2024, although they will have to pass certain tests and obtain certification from the authorities before they can be sold.
Urban Air Port’s Air-One system has won the UK Government’s Future Flight Challenge, which aims to implement aviation infrastructure and systems that enable the use of a new generation of electric and autonomous aircraft.
The world’s third-largest carmaker, Hyundai of South Korea, didn’t miss the opportunity either, and instead of cars, it also has a definite vision of something completely different, like Toyota.