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Компания Jetpack Aviation анонсировала летающий мотоцикл (6)

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Welcome to the future of travel - the new hoverbike created by the boffins at JetPack Aviation. JetPack aviation made international headlines in 2015 when it launched its JB-9 wingless jetpack, a backpack-mounted pair of jet engines built for personal flight. Now, the techno whiz-kids have launched their latest futuristic contraption, which looks like a speeder bike ridden by stormtroopers in the Star Wars franchise. The vehicle is still in its concept stage, but JetPack has already built out specifications and marketing collateral. The company is now taking pre-orders for commercial versions of the flying motorcycles. To reserve a speeder, potential customers need to put down a $10,000 deposit and eventually fork out a whopping $380,000 on the full build. According to the company's website, only 20 of the Speeders will be created for commercial use, and the rest of the company's production will be dedicated to military and other government departments. The speeder is set to weigh 231 lbs and will be powered by four jet engines fueled with kerosene, diesel or Jet-A fuel. An ultralight version of the speeder will fly 60mph and won't require a pilot's license. However, an alternative version of the craft will be able to fly at over 150mph but will need a formal license to operate. A smaller prototype has already been built and the company hopes to start testing the full-size vehicle within the next 14 months. Consumers can expect to see the commercial versions of the hoverbike on shop floors by 2021. 12 Mar 2019 Pictured: JetPack Aviation's hoverbike. Photo credit: JetPack Aviation / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Welcome to the future of travel - the new hoverbike created by the boffins at JetPack Aviation. JetPack aviation made international headlines in 2015 when it launched its JB-9 wingless jetpack, a backpack-mounted pair of jet engines built for personal flight. Now, the techno whiz-kids have launched their latest futuristic contraption, which looks like a speeder bike ridden by stormtroopers in the Star Wars franchise. The vehicle is still in its concept stage, but JetPack has already built out specifications and marketing collateral. The company is now taking pre-orders for commercial versions of the flying motorcycles. To reserve a speeder, potential customers need to put down a $10,000 deposit and eventually fork out a whopping $380,000 on the full build. According to the company's website, only 20 of the Speeders will be created for commercial use, and the rest of the company's production will be dedicated to military and other government departments. The speeder is set to weigh 231 lbs and will be powered by four jet engines fueled with kerosene, diesel or Jet-A fuel. An ultralight version of the speeder will fly 60mph and won't require a pilot's license. However, an alternative version of the craft will be able to fly at over 150mph but will need a formal license to operate. A smaller prototype has already been built and the company hopes to start testing the full-size vehicle within the next 14 months. Consumers can expect to see the commercial versions of the hoverbike on shop floors by 2021. 12 Mar 2019 Pictured: JetPack Aviation's hoverbike. Photo credit: JetPack Aviation / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Welcome to the future of travel - the new hoverbike created by the boffins at JetPack Aviation. JetPack aviation made international headlines in 2015 when it launched its JB-9 wingless jetpack, a backpack-mounted pair of jet engines built for personal flight. Now, the techno whiz-kids have launched their latest futuristic contraption, which looks like a speeder bike ridden by stormtroopers in the Star Wars franchise. The vehicle is still in its concept stage, but JetPack has already built out specifications and marketing collateral. The company is now taking pre-orders for commercial versions of the flying motorcycles. To reserve a speeder, potential customers need to put down a $10,000 deposit and eventually fork out a whopping $380,000 on the full build. According to the company's website, only 20 of the Speeders will be created for commercial use, and the rest of the company's production will be dedicated to military and other government departments. The speeder is set to weigh 231 lbs and will be powered by four jet engines fueled with kerosene, diesel or Jet-A fuel. An ultralight version of the speeder will fly 60mph and won't require a pilot's license. However, an alternative version of the craft will be able to fly at over 150mph but will need a formal license to operate. A smaller prototype has already been built and the company hopes to start testing the full-size vehicle within the next 14 months. Consumers can expect to see the commercial versions of the hoverbike on shop floors by 2021. 12 Mar 2019 Pictured: JetPack Aviation's hoverbike. Photo credit: JetPack Aviation / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Welcome to the future of travel - the new hoverbike created by the boffins at JetPack Aviation. JetPack aviation made international headlines in 2015 when it launched its JB-9 wingless jetpack, a backpack-mounted pair of jet engines built for personal flight. Now, the techno whiz-kids have launched their latest futuristic contraption, which looks like a speeder bike ridden by stormtroopers in the Star Wars franchise. The vehicle is still in its concept stage, but JetPack has already built out specifications and marketing collateral. The company is now taking pre-orders for commercial versions of the flying motorcycles. To reserve a speeder, potential customers need to put down a $10,000 deposit and eventually fork out a whopping $380,000 on the full build. According to the company's website, only 20 of the Speeders will be created for commercial use, and the rest of the company's production will be dedicated to military and other government departments. The speeder is set to weigh 231 lbs and will be powered by four jet engines fueled with kerosene, diesel or Jet-A fuel. An ultralight version of the speeder will fly 60mph and won't require a pilot's license. However, an alternative version of the craft will be able to fly at over 150mph but will need a formal license to operate. A smaller prototype has already been built and the company hopes to start testing the full-size vehicle within the next 14 months. Consumers can expect to see the commercial versions of the hoverbike on shop floors by 2021. 12 Mar 2019 Pictured: JetPack Aviation's hoverbike. Photo credit: JetPack Aviation / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Welcome to the future of travel - the new hoverbike created by the boffins at JetPack Aviation. JetPack aviation made international headlines in 2015 when it launched its JB-9 wingless jetpack, a backpack-mounted pair of jet engines built for personal flight. Now, the techno whiz-kids have launched their latest futuristic contraption, which looks like a speeder bike ridden by stormtroopers in the Star Wars franchise. The vehicle is still in its concept stage, but JetPack has already built out specifications and marketing collateral. The company is now taking pre-orders for commercial versions of the flying motorcycles. To reserve a speeder, potential customers need to put down a $10,000 deposit and eventually fork out a whopping $380,000 on the full build. According to the company's website, only 20 of the Speeders will be created for commercial use, and the rest of the company's production will be dedicated to military and other government departments. The speeder is set to weigh 231 lbs and will be powered by four jet engines fueled with kerosene, diesel or Jet-A fuel. An ultralight version of the speeder will fly 60mph and won't require a pilot's license. However, an alternative version of the craft will be able to fly at over 150mph but will need a formal license to operate. A smaller prototype has already been built and the company hopes to start testing the full-size vehicle within the next 14 months. Consumers can expect to see the commercial versions of the hoverbike on shop floors by 2021. 12 Mar 2019 Pictured: JetPack Aviation's hoverbike. Photo credit: JetPack Aviation / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Welcome to the future of travel - the new hoverbike created by the boffins at JetPack Aviation. JetPack aviation made international headlines in 2015 when it launched its JB-9 wingless jetpack, a backpack-mounted pair of jet engines built for personal flight. Now, the techno whiz-kids have launched their latest futuristic contraption, which looks like a speeder bike ridden by stormtroopers in the Star Wars franchise. The vehicle is still in its concept stage, but JetPack has already built out specifications and marketing collateral. The company is now taking pre-orders for commercial versions of the flying motorcycles. To reserve a speeder, potential customers need to put down a $10,000 deposit and eventually fork out a whopping $380,000 on the full build. According to the company's website, only 20 of the Speeders will be created for commercial use, and the rest of the company's production will be dedicated to military and other government departments. The speeder is set to weigh 231 lbs and will be powered by four jet engines fueled with kerosene, diesel or Jet-A fuel. An ultralight version of the speeder will fly 60mph and won't require a pilot's license. However, an alternative version of the craft will be able to fly at over 150mph but will need a formal license to operate. A smaller prototype has already been built and the company hopes to start testing the full-size vehicle within the next 14 months. Consumers can expect to see the commercial versions of the hoverbike on shop floors by 2021. 12 Mar 2019 Pictured: JetPack Aviation's hoverbike. Photo credit: JetPack Aviation / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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