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Flying taxis in India by 2025? Here's everything you should know

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Anand Mahindra

The chairman of the Mahindra Group, Anand Mahindra, has hinted that India will probably have its first electric air taxi by next year.

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The prototype of the air taxi has been meticulously developed by a pioneering ePlane company established at the prestigious IIT Madras.

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Only two passengers will be able to sit in it at a time.

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Load Capacity

The air taxi, powered by batteries, is designed with a load capacity of 200 kilograms, ensuring efficient transportation capabilities.


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Travel Range

The air taxi, which operates entirely on battery power, has an amazing range of 160 to 200 kilometers on a single charge.


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Flying Average Speed

The air taxi, which is equipped with innovative technology, will easily reach an average flying speed of 200 kilometers per hour.


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Purpose of Air Taxi

The main initiative aims to reduce road traffic congestion. The air taxi is anticipated to provide "up to a 10x faster intra-city commute." It can also be used to convey cargo.

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