The Leo Coupe uses clusters of electric jets for lift.
Electric Jetpack technology is the foundation for Urban eVTOL LEO Coupe and LYNX
Urban eVTOL co-founder Pete Bitar's company Electric Jet Aircraft has created a revolutionary electric jetpack design that uses clusters of electric jets for lift.
Already proven in manned tethered flights, this technology was recently awarded a DARPA contract for further development. This is significant for Urban eVTOL, as this unique technology forms the foundation for LEO Coupe and LYNX's propulsion systems.
Creating compact, shrouded and redundant propulsion is a key step in creating the compact forms that make LEO and LYNX revolutionary aircraft.
|Contact details from our directory:|
|LEO Flight Corporation (was Urban eVTOL)||Airframer|
|DARPA Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency||Airframer, Research/Consulting Services, Technical/Eng/Scientific Studies|
|Related aircraft programs:|
|LEO Flight Leo Coupe|
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