Antelope Urban Air Mobility (UAM) from U.K. Startup Bellwether Industries

A startup in the United Kingdom that focuses on Urban Air Mobility has completed its first test flight of two-seat eVTOL Aircraft in Dubai. Antelope is their first product in Volar category, a UAM aircraft for private use, that will explore our options of intracity travel and future lifestyle. As a volar, Antelope targets private urban aircraft market, it has compact body with a hidden propulsion system. Well, in order to live in harmony in the city and human, this futuristic aircraft must fullfill these following requirements: compact, vertical take-off and landing, city compatibility, and eco-friendly. The evolution of our transportation is inevitable, Antelope eVTOL brings an innovation to our existing transportation system to optimize the way we travel.

Antelope Urban Air Mobility (UAM) by Bellwether Industries

Bellwether Industries is a young company, founded in January 2019 by four college classmates. Their mission is to create a reliable urban vehicle that can fly anytime where the user can go anytime, anywhere to any point. The Antelope eVTOL flight test along with public appearances help to draw investors for its next development, the prototype is a two-seat eVTOL but the final vehicle would be four to five seat aircraft that can transport families around busy cities.

Antelope Urban Air Mobility (UAM) by Bellwether Industries

Antelope Urban Air Mobility (UAM) by Bellwether Industries

Antelope Urban Air Mobility (UAM) by Bellwether Industries

Antelope Urban Air Mobility (UAM) by Bellwether Industries

Antelope Urban Air Mobility (UAM) by Bellwether Industries



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