The first flight tests of the Turkish flying car, the Cezeri, developed by the Baykar company, were successfully completed.
Flight tests for the Cezeri flying car began on September 11th. The first 230-kilogram prototype of the Cezeri, designed and manufactured by Turkish engineers, rose to 10 meters in flight tests. Selçuk Bayraktar, Baykar’s technical director, said in a statement:
“We will be making even more advanced prototypes in the coming period. We will be flying with people. ”
The Cezeri flying car is expected to bring about radical changes in urban air transport in the future and is designed to play an active role in passenger and freight transport as well. The electric-powered Cezerit with a smart flight system will be equipped with artificial intelligence systems. The goal is for the Cezeri flying car to reach a travel speed of 100 kilometers per hour, a flight altitude of 200 meters, and a range of 70 to 80 kilometers while remaining in the air for 1 hour.