Autoliv and Xpeng AeroHT partner to develop future safety solutions for flying cars

The two companies aims to integrate intelligent vehicle and aviation technologies to develop the safest electric flying car for individual users.

Autocar Pro News Desk By Autocar Pro News Desk calendar 08 Jun 2024 Views icon1642 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp

Autoliv China, a division of Autoliv Inc, the worldwide leader in automotive safety systems, and Xpeng AeroHT, Asia's leading flying car innovator, have signed a strategic cooperation agreement to pioneer safety solutions for future mobility.

Flying cars have long been a vision, but thanks to advanced technology, significant progress has been made within the field. Based on a shared commitment to future mobility safety, Autoliv and Xpeng AeroHT will collaborate on a range of initiatives to develop safety solutions for flying cars.

Xpeng AeroHT's eVTOL Flying Car made its debut at the 2024 Beijing Auto Show earlier this year.

“Autoliv is constantly exploring new innovative safety solutions for future needs and the development of flying cars is an interesting area for us. Xpeng AeroHT is at the forefront in this field, and we are excited to explore new opportunities for making this new type of vehicle safe. By combining their advanced technology with our expertise in safety solutions, I believe together we can play an important role in making flying cars a reality,” said Sng Yih, President of Autoliv China.

Xpeng AeroHT, an affiliate of Xpeng Inc, is the leading innovator of flying cars in Asia. By integrating intelligent vehicle and aviation technologies, the company is dedicated to provide the safest electric flying car for individual users.

 Deli Zhao, founder and president of Xpeng AeroHT, stated, " Xpeng AeroHT and Autoliv share the same cultural DNA, which has facilitated a series of close collaborations. This strategic partnership elevates the relationship between the two parties to a new level, representing a comprehensive upgrade of Xpeng AeroHT's supply chain. We look forward to jointly creating flying cars with ultimate safety through the solid cooperation of both parties."

Images: Xpeng AeroHT

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