Drone technology is no doubt going to change things when it comes to consumer transportation solutions, which is what the Accula QX44 Skyster identifies. Conceptually designed by Isken Asana, the racing drone vehicle features eight motors that work to enable it to perform 360-degree movements with unmatched maneuvering. The drone runs entirely on electricity to keep it both quiet and efficient, and is designed for a single passenger in order to make it ideal for use as a racing drone or as a vehicle for daily transportation use.
The Accula QX44 Skyster racing drone is also designed for VTOL (vertical take-off and landing) in order to make it as efficient as possible for use in urban environments to eliminate the need for traditional runways.
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