According to the most recent analysis by Emergen Research, the size of the global flying car market is anticipated to reach USD 1,390.1 Million in 2030, with a consistent revenue CAGR of 58.6%. Factors driving market revenue growth include rapid urbanisation, a growing population, an increase in people’s disposable income, and an improvement in their level of living.
A flying automobile is a vehicle that has the ability to fly and serve as a private transportation. Another benefit, in addition to vertical takeoff and landing, is controllability. It combines the advantages of rotary- and fixed-wing aircraft. The most crucial characteristic of a rotary wing is its capacity for vertical takeoff and landing, while the most crucial characteristics of a constant wing are speed, efficiency, payload, range, and control.
Traffic congestion in industrialised nations is getting worse, the outlook for urban mobility is shifting, and market participants are investing more money.
The market for flying cars is changing as a result of the quick uptake of novel technologies. The desire for flying cars is being driven by the significant demand for quick, long-distance flights around the world. The adoption of new technology is a key emphasis for market players, such as the quickly developing distributed electric propulsion technology, which improves efficiency and allows for quieter takeoffs and hovers.
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The high cost of production for such cars is one barrier to their wider commercialisation. These cutting-edge, contemporary, high-tech composites and alloys used to make the flying motors are more expensive since they are more difficult to obtain. Lack of a competent environmental impact research and an organised financial structure for purchasing and maintaining commodities may hurt market participants.
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A Dutch business named PAL-V revealed plans to establish a manufacturing facility in Gujarat in March 2020. They also stated that the vehicles made there would be exported to the United States and other European nations. Carlo Maasbommel, Vice President of PAL-International V’s Business Development, and MK Das, Principal Secretary of State Industries, jointly signed a memorandum of understanding.
In 2021, the software segment accounted for a sizeable portion of sales. Major market players have found the impact of software on flying vehicles to be advantageous in terms of accessing the vehicle’s live condition and enabling digital inspection. Customers may conveniently schedule appointments for their vehicles, thus lowering their maintenance expenditures.
Due to rising demand from the urban population and improved comfort, the four-seat class contributed for a greater revenue share in 2021. This segment’s boot has enough of room for carrying bags and has excellent handling.
The autonomous segment had rapid growth during the anticipated period as consumers’ preference for these vehicles grows in response to their reduced travel time, lower emissions, and overall viability.
Major companies in the market report include AeroMobil, Boeing, Cartivator, EHang, Airbus, Terrafugia, Joby Aviation, Lilium GmbH, Volocopter GmbH, and PAL-V International B.V.
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Emergen Research has segmented global flying car market on the basis of component, seating capacity, mode of operation, and region:
- Component Outlook (Revenue, USD Million; 2019–2030)
- Seating Capacity (Revenue, USD Million; 2019–2030)
- One seat
- Two seats
- Four seats
- More than Six seats
- Mode of Operation (Revenue, USD Million; 2019–2030)
- Regional Outlook (Revenue, USD Million; 2018–2028)
- North America
- Rest of Europe
- Asia Pacific
- South Korea
- Rest of APAC
- Latin America
- Rest of LATAM
- Middle East & Africa
- Saudi Arabia
- Rest of MEA
- North America
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