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Doroni Aerospace, based in Pompano Beach, reveals a groundbreaking eVTOL vehicle, created to fit within a home garage, and plans to deliver to customers in 2025

A local company, Doroni Aerospace, based in Pompano Beach, has revealed a groundbreaking electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) vehicle, the H1-X, engineered to comfortably fit within a standard home garage. This innovation is aimed at revolutionizing personal transport, offering an electric aircraft for everyday users seeking an efficient alternative to traditional road commutes.


Doroni Aerospace, based in Pompano Beach, reveals a groundbreaking eVTOL vehicle, created to fit within a home garage, and plans to deliver to customers in 2025

The H1-X distinguishes itself with unique features such as a tandem wing configuration to boost lift and efficiency, precise flight controls, and advanced safety mechanisms including anti-collision sensors, all compatible with existing EV charging setups. According to CEO Doron Merdinger, the H1-X embodies a stride towards harmonizing movement freedom with environmental sustainability. Designed for vertical liftoff and airplane-like flight, the two-seater eVTOL targets affluent commuters by providing a solution to circumvent traffic jams, offering a 60-mile range per journey.



Doroni Aerospace's H1-X, evolving from its predecessor the H1, incorporates modifications for enhanced aerodynamics and efficiency, promoting it as a practical 'flying car' for urban use. This initiative places Doroni among the pioneers in the burgeoning urban air mobility sector, which Morgan Stanley anticipates could reach a $1 trillion valuation by 2040. South Florida, with its notorious traffic and sprawling suburbs, emerges as an ideal setting for such advancements.


In its pursuit of innovation, Doroni secured $3.5 million through crowdfunding in 2022 for its initial model, the H1, and has recently gained FAA approval for outdoor testing of its electric vehicles. The company aims for the H1-X to qualify as a light sport vehicle, ensuring ease of operation at low altitudes without interference from traditional aircraft. With a fully operational prototype ready, Doroni Aerospace is set to commence flight testing, eyeing a 2025 delivery for its pioneering eVTOL vehicles.


 

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