Hyundai's Urban Air Mobility S-A1 concept debuted at CES 2020 this week.

Read the article
Published:Caption:Photo:Hyundai/Uber
1
of 10

The air taxi concept was designed with the Uber Elevate aerial ride-hailing service in mind, making use of Uber's suggested spec.

Read the article
Published:Caption:Photo:Hyundai/Uber
2
of 10

The small aircraft is capable of vertical take-off and landing, converting to fixed-wing flight once cruising altitude has been reached.

Read the article
Published:Caption:Photo:Hyundai/Uber
3
of 10

Hyundai estimates a top speed of about 200 mph, with a cruising range of about 60 miles.

Read the article
Published:Caption:Photo:Hyundai/Uber
4
of 10

The fully electric craft can be recharged in six or seven minutes between trips, according to Hyundai.

Read the article
Published:Caption:Photo:Hyundai/Uber
5
of 10

With quiet electric motors and props, the S-A1 is able to be used in dense urban areas where a helicopter might be too loud.

Read the article
Published:Caption:Photo:Hyundai/Uber
6
of 10

The concept boasts seating for up to five passengers, including the pilot.

Read the article
Published:Caption:Photo:Hyundai/Uber
7
of 10

Uber Elevate plans the first demonstration flights in 2020 with its air taxi service going online for customers in 2023. Perhaps the Hyundai S-A1 will be among the vehicles in its fleet.

Read the article
Published:Caption:Photo:Hyundai/Uber
8
of 10
Read the article
Published:Caption:Photo:Hyundai/Uber
9
of 10
Read the article
Published:Caption:Photo:Hyundai/Uber
10
of 10
Up Next

All the cool new gadgets at CES 2020