The world’s fastest flying four-rotor drone

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The world’s fastest battery-powered, remote-controlled four-rotor drone is now officially the XLR V3, built by Ryan Lademann and which has managed to reach an average speed of 360.503 km/h during official measurements. The rules required the drone to fly the 100-metre distance in both directions and the average of its speeds in both directions was used to determine the speed for the Guinness World Records flight.

The maximum speed of the drone was 414 km/h in a previous test. The XLR V3 is built in a different way from the usual drone shape: it consists of a larger unit and four smaller units, resembling bullet casings, which are housed in the rotors and which assume a horizontal position during flight, thus reducing drag.

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