See the world's first flying racing car in action

Alauda Aeronautics has successfully flown its Alauda Mk3 electric flying racing car in a series of tests. (image credit: Airspeeder)
The successful flights will lead to a series of international Airspeeder Grand Prix races. (image credit: Airspeeder)
First, there will be three trial races in soon-to-be-disclosed locations, under the Airspeeder EXA Series branding. (image credit: Airspeeder)
At present, the Alauda Mk3 is unmanned. Pilots control it remotely instead. However, manned flights are also planned. (image credit: Airspeeder)
The craft is capable hitting 0-62 mph in just 2.8 seconds. Human-sized "avatars" sit in the cockpit to test the effects on actual pilots. (image credit: Airspeeder)
At present the pilots sit in a simulated cockpit, to control the craft remotely. (image credit: Airspeeder)
Airspeeder EXA events will hopefully take place globally throughout 2022. (image credit: Airspeeder)