Uber Flying Cars Are Coming By 2020

Posted: Apr 26 2017, 3:46pm CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

Uber Flying Cars are Coming by 2020
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  • Uber will start testing its flying cars by 2020

Uber will launch its on-demand flying cars in Texas and Dubai by 2020

Uber is working on its flying cars from the last year. Now the company has just announce that they have partnered up with a plan manufacturer company to work on the project of flying cars. They will work together to make the flying cars happen by year 2020.

The most famous ride sharing company of the world also announced that it will start its flying car service first in Texas and Dubai. The trails will be run from year 2020 in Dallas for US and in Dubai for United Arab Emirates. The aviation companies that will help in building these flying cars include Embrear and Bell Helicopter.

The technology has not been used by any of the companies yet. However Uber is pretty certain of the act that it will cost same as that of the car rides. This will surely be a plus for passengers who would like to have an easy and faster ride to anywhere they need to go.

When the idea was first presented by the company, they had said that the flying cars will take off like a helicopter. They also said that these flying cars will have zero emissions and minimal noise to count upon.

This idea still might sound like a fantasy. However the company is trying its best to make it into a reality. It will start preparing from it soon. It is also being said that Uber is planning to officially launch the facility in the 2020 World Expo in Dubai. Here they will launch the Uber Elevate Network for the very first time.

The company is working with self-driving cars these days. Having this kind of project on paper means that Uber is defiantly going to become of the best and upgraded Transportation Company in coming years.

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