Japan’s Suzuki Motor Corporation on Tuesday said it had reached an agreement with SkyDrive Inc to make” flying buses “.
The companies will use a Suzuki Group plant in central Japan to make electric perpendicular take- off and wharf( eVTOL) aircraft and aim to begin product by around spring coming time, Suzuki said in a statement.
SkyDrive will establish a wholly- possessed attachment to make the aircraft and Japan’s Suzuki will help with medications for the manufacturing, including securing gift, the automaker said.
Headquartered in the megacity of Toyota in central Japan, SkyDrive has trading house Itochu Corp, tech establishment NEC Corp and a unit of energy company Eneos effects Inc among its main shareholders.
The two companies inked a deal in March last time to platoon over in exploration, development and marketing of flying buses .
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