Brazil’s ‘flying car’ startup Eve shows off air vehicle cabin for first time

The vehicle features a conventional wing and tail instead of the previous configuration. The company said that the eight rotors are mounted around the wing, allowing for vertical takeoffs and landings and safety and reliability in a simple design.

Eve, Embraer's "flying car" startup, this Sunday (17), released for the first time some images of the cabin of the electric air vehicle (eVTOL) it is developing. Entitled "Fly the Future," the flying car's cabin will be presented to attendees to show the progress made in the production of eVTOLs. The complete model will be presented at the Farnborough Airshow, a traditional air show that will take place from July 18 to 22.

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