$92k Jetson ONE: The People's Helicopter
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The electric motor–powered Jetson One personal electric aerial vehicle from Sweden retails for $92,000 and has already sold out its entire 2022 production.

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Constructed of a rigid aluminum spaceframe with eight electric motors, the Jetson ONE has an endurance of around 20 minutes.  With the software limited maximum flight speed of 102km/h (63mph), the maximum range is 34 km (21 miles).  Charging time: 1h on 220V (2h on 110V).  The Jetson One, revealed to the public last week, is a recreational ultralight eVTOL aircraft that doesn't require a pilot certificate to operate.  Due to its classification as an ultralight vehicle, the Jetson One will not be permitted to fly in populated areas or controlled airspace.  Safety features include ballistic parachutes and zero-input hovering—just let go of the throttle and joystick and you’ll come to a peaceful stop mid-air.  More safety features:  Hands free hover and emergency functions | Can fly safely with the loss of one motor | Triple redundant flight computer | Race car-inspired Spaceframe safety cell design | Ballistic parachute with rapid deployment time | Lidar sensors driven terrain tracking and obstacle avoidance.
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