In a groundbreaking development, the upcoming racing series will introduce a pioneering concept that serves as both a technical test-bed and feeder series for the manned races scheduled in 2022.
The manufacturing process is in full swing at Airspeeder and Alauda’s technical headquarters in Adelaide, South Australia, where a complete grid of Mk3 electric flying cars is currently being produced. With the aim of supplying teams in 2021, more than 10 identical racing vehicles will be manufactured.
Prior to the commencement of the international racing calendar, crucial final pre-season tests will take place discreetly in Australia, providing an opportunity to fine-tune the vehicles behind closed doors.
The initial races featuring vehicle dynamics, performance, safety, and powertrain technology. This valuable data will inform and shape the final development phase of the manned Mk4 Airspeeder vehicle.