The Japanese have recently started to seriously stand out from the rest of Asia in building innovative technologies. Now Koreans and Chinese are in the lead. NEC’s latest invention is the best example.
Designed and built by engineers, a flying car looks quite makeshift. Although the Japanese emphasize that this is only a prototype and is currently in the preliminary testing phase, but looking at it from the perspective of competition in the world of flying vehicles, it can be safely said that it is a pile of scrap metal.
South Korean and Chinese companies already have several such inventions, and they are almost ready for production and mass sale. Meanwhile, the Japanese from the NEC company just carried out a test in which their vehicle with the graceful name EVtol rose just a few meters, while its design vibrated as if it was about to fall apart.
We remind you that the government of the Country of Cherry Blossoms announced that already next year, during the opening ceremony of the Summer Olympics in Tokyo will present a futuristic flying car. Many local companies, including NEC, are working on it together. Apparently, during the flight it is supposed to use magnetic levitation technology.
Let’s all hope and keep our fingers crossed that the Japanese have an ace up their sleeve, and the funny EVtol vehicle was only a research object on the basis of which engineers will gain valuable information for the implementation of this great undertaking. Let this filth disappear as soon as it appears.