XTURISMO A.L.I.  technologies, World’s first flying bike stays in the air for 40 minutes

It reaches a velocity of one hundred kilometres consistent with hour.

A Japanese startup has designed the fastest flying motorcycle and unveiled it at an auto show.

According to a report published by Euronews, the world’s first flying bike was unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show on Thursday.

It’s called the XTurismo hoverbike and it’s capable of flying for 40 minutes and reaching speeds of 100 kilometres per hour (62 miles per hour).

This isn’t the first time we’ve featured this bad boy.  In January 2022, its manufacturer AERWINS Technologies was reportedly already taking deposits for the first commercial units of its machine.

Taking the bike for a test drive

However, now Euronews reports that people have actually taken the bike for a test drive and have a lot of good things to say.

Motor City Auto Show Co-Chairman Thad Szot was one of the first to try it and said: “I mean, it’s amazing! Sure, you’re a little nervous, but I’m super excited. I actually had goosebumps and felt like a bit kid.

He said he sees great potential in the bike: “I think we’ll start delivering goods and services, maybe by drone.It’s geared up for modern day international in case you cross from airport to airport. But I’m excited to see when. We can go from neighbourhood to neighbourhood. So, that’s it.”  Let’s make it work.”

For those who can’t wait to get their hands on this swinging bike, the Craft is already on sale in Japan, and a smaller version should be available in the US in 2023 for $777,000.

The company is looking to make a small electric prototype for just $50,000 by 2025, which is pretty good for a craft that can actually fly, albeit for a short time.

How does the bike work?  It uses two large central rotors powered by a 228-hp gas-powered Kawasaki motorcycle performance engine for thrust.  Four small electric support rotors are placed on the outer edges of the vehicle for stability.

No word yet on how the electric version will perform, but there will be some exciting engineering behind it.

Currently, the hoverbike’s lightweight carbon fibre body weighs only 660 lbs (299 kg) and is approximately 12 feet long (3.65 m).  The vehicle also uses an automatic control unit designed to enhance safety.

Do these characteristics match it as an electric model?  Time will answer.

Limited usage options

Due to strict regulations for such machines in Japan, XTurismo has limited usage options.  For now, only flying or hovering is allowed on the race tracks.

Perhaps that’s why its maker said it plans to produce 200 units in January, a niche luxury product.

The company added that it eventually wants to mass-produce all-electric hoverbikes for urban use and for disaster response and search and rescue.

Will the XTurismo see widespread adoption in Japan and beyond, or is it a fun but ultimately not very useful product for the few who can afford to buy it to ride on the tracks?

A.L.I.  Technologies became a small start-up employer in September 2016 through a collection of Tokyo Scholar vendors developing drones.  Komatsu Shūhei became the appointed chairman of the employer in February 2017 and is now its chairman.  Katano Daisuke was appointed President in July 2018.  Komatsu and Katano will work collectively in guiding the organisation, with Komatsu overseeing era improvement and Katano handling general control of the organisation.

The employer’s founder was given the idea of ​​flying motors and different flying automobiles in the Star Wars films at a young age.  Their mission is to present technology fiction as technology fact.  The XTURISMO HOVERBIKE is a passenger aircraft, elevated with large propellers below the fuselage, 4 small faceted fans on each major elevation duct for forward and directional flight.

At the 46th annual 2019 Tokyo Motor Show, October 25 – November 4, A.L.I Technologies unveiled a full-scale prototype of the hybrid-electric powered vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) hover bike, XTURISMO, at a static display.  There were no aircraft displays at the air show.  The challenge for employers is to transport the infrastructure, hardware and software of the next era to make Urban Air Mobility (UAM) a reality.

According to employers, there are many things that need to happen with the manufacturing of VTOL city planes, the manoeuvring of VTOL aircraft and the layout and validation of flight paths to ensure no injuries occur, to make urban aviation a reality.  .  That is why employers are developing UAVs, hybrid-electric powered VTOL planes, all-electric powered VTOL planes, deep learning, three-D rendering, blockchain platforms, simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) manipulation, 3-dimensional manipulated structures and air directions.  layout.  Artificial intelligence (AI) allows the aircraft to fly properly for low-altitude urban flight.  The hover bike has amazing balance in the air as more than one sensor manipulates it.

  • It is an extraordinary employer that manages every air infrastructure and air mobility.  I think there are better employers like us and in Israel it is miles away.  Our employers are working to achieve an air mobility society in which no injuries occur to site visitors.  -Katano Daisuke, President, A.L.I.  technologies

Employers plan to promote the TURISMO speeder bike by 2020 and certify it to fly on roads and in city airspace by 2023.  Those who purchased the aircraft before 2023 may be able to fly the aircraft.  – Only the game version vehicles are made to fly over open fields, swamps, lakes, deserts and various terrains.

Japan hopes to have a prison for flying urban air vehicles by the 2023 target date.  And in 2023, A.L.I.  Technologies plans to promote a brand new version, but it will be completely electric.  Employers are withholding similar specs on their aircraft for now but their goal is to fly at 2 hundred km/h (124 mph).  One file says the employer plans to fly its aircraft 50 centimetres (19 inches) off the ground at best, but we’d better consider the aircraft’s altitude performance boom as similar assessments take place.

Following Tesla, the employer’s plan was to first promote wealthy consumers and then, once the market was properly established, promote low-cost fashions to the masses.  Prices?  For the initial production version, the price range could be $300,000.00 to $500,000.00 USD, could have a hybrid-electric powered power supply, and sell a hundred hover bikes.  Once procurement begins, the employer expects the price range to be between $80,000.00 USD to $120,000.00 USD and the aircraft may be all-electric.

Entitles employers to use aircraft for non-public aviation, search and rescue, and disaster relief efforts.  As with different UAM hybrid-electric powered VTOL or eVTOL companies, A.L.I.  The era is emphasising the importance of public acceptance as a key step in allowing urban air mobility to become a reality.

A.L.I.  Technologies is also developing a separate hover bike project.

Xturismo hoverbike

Take a look at the Xturismo hoverbike tethered flight

Xturismo face view

Xturismo Limited Edition Speeder HoverBike

Xturismo Speeder Hoverbike

Xturismo Limited Edition Speeder Hoverbike


  • Aircraft: Hybrid-electric powered and all-electric powered VTOL hover bike
  • Passengers: 1 passenger
  • Piloting: Manual (Computer Assisted)
  • Cockpit: Resembling a bike with motorcycle-fashion handlebars and seat
  • Top speed: 2 hundred km/h target (124 mph)
  • Maximum flight time: Three hours
  • Engines: 2 (later implemented with one engine)
  • Lift Propellers: 2 propellers (with three blades) with protection grating.
  • Forward and Directional Electric Fan: 4
  • Height: 50 centimetres (20 inches)
  • Fuselage: Carbon Fibre Reinforced Plastic (CFRP)
  • Safety Tools/Software: Deep learning, 3-D rendering, blockchain platforms, simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) manoeuvres, 3-dimensional manipulated structures and wind direction designs, and artificial intelligence (AI) and sensors to keep planes flying correctly.  Urban airspace

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Article: A.L.I.  Technologies Inc.  Announces General Release of Japan’s First Aerodynamic Motorcycle “Speeder®” Series, Viva Drone, 2019

Video: Flying Bike Demonstration, GG Video Centre, March 25, 2019

Video: Hover Bike “Speeder” Model, CNET, March.  25, 2019

Video: Future Leader, A.L.I.  Technologies, March.  25, 2019

Video: ALI Technologies “Speeder” Demo Drive, The Bridge, March.  25, 2019

Article: “Japan startup unveils manned hoverbike that hopes to fly on public roads”, The Bridge, March.  25, 2019

Article: 10cm Superflying Bike “Speeder” Commercialized, Pre-Orders Begin in May, Japan CNET, March 25, 2019

Article: Japanese employers say they will mass produce hoverbikes in next 3 years, News (Australia), March.  27, 2019

Video: “Flying Bike” and Aerial City Technology Play Role in Ending Traffic Accidents and Used for Disaster Relief, Japan.com, October.  20, 2019

Article: Tired of Traffic?  Take to the Skies with ALI Technologies’ Flying Bike, Nippon, November 25, 2019

XTURISMOA.L.I. Technologies, Inc.Minato City, Tokyo, Japanwww.ali.jp www.xturismo.com

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