The new eVTOL has thruster technology developed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration via a multi-million dollar grant from Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
Applied eVTOL Concepts revealed the "Epiphany Transporter" last week, described as a "new mode of personal mobility."
The company released specs on the new aircraft, indicating it's capable of 160 mph with a 300-plus mile range but generates less than 55 decibels of noise at 50 feet.
"The Epiphany Transporter can accommodate two people, their luggage, plus golf clubs! Intended to be simple and safe to operate, and about the size of a Tesla Model 'S' automobile, it fits into a standard one-car garage with its thrusters folded up, Applied eVTOL Concepts said.