While most eVTOL companies are focused on making high-volume air taxis for cheap, fast public transport, others are building smaller aircraft for personal ownership and use. These personal eVTOLs are typically single- or two-seat machines of relatively simple design, focused on practicality, fun and easy storage in a garage.
Zeva is deadly serious about bringing this tail-sitting eVTOL flying saucer to market as a one-person air taxi, and if you can get over the idea of soaring above the city head-first, face-down and Superman-style, it's got some interesting advantages.
If anyone can think of a more perfect name for a personal eVTOL, we're listening! Sweden's Jetson Aero has already sold out the 2022 production run of this cute little single-seat kit build, which is capable of zooming along at 63 mph.