Watch: Eviation Seeks To Bring Electric Planes To The Forefront

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Israeli startup Eviation wants to debut their electric aircraft, the Alice Commuter, to the market in 2021. The aircraft can hold up to nine passengers, fly up to 650 miles between charges, and reach a cruising speed of 276.19 mph.

The best part? It’s autonomous capabilities can be used to move the aircraft without people and transport goods. The electric aircraft will be quieter and able to maintain stability during weather events.

Extreme pilot augmentation,” resembles the semi-autonomous driver assistance systems found in Tesla, General Motors, and Volkswagen have in their electricvehicles. Could this tech become the Uber and Lyft of the aviation industry?

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