Tim Hornyak on Flying Cars [Podcast]

Akihabara News (Tokyo) — Technology journalist Tim Hornyak joined Akihabara News remotely to discuss the flying taxi industry, also known as electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL), both in general concept as well as in relationship to Japan specifically.

This information is offered here as a podcast in three easily digestible parts of five-to-seven minutes.

In Part 1, he sets the scene with basic information about the state of play.

In Part 2, he goes on to discuss the power sources and autonomous nature of the flying car industry.

In Part 3, Tim Hornyak discusses how flying cars may transform their lives, as well as the leading role of Toyota among Japanese manufacturers.

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