The first of its kind will be showcased in an upcoming racing series that will stand as a technical test-bed and feeder series to the manned series in 2022.
A full grid of Mk3 electric flying cars are currently being manufactured at Airspeeder and Alauda’s technical HQ in Adelaide, South Australia. More than 10 identical racing vehicles will be produced and supplied to teams in 2021.
Final behind-closed-doors pre-season tests will happen in Australia before the start of an international racing calendar.
The initial Mk3 races will provide vital information on vehicle dynamics, performance, safety and powertrain technology that will inform the final development of the manned Mk4 Airspeeder vehicle.