An Israeli-made electric car designed to take commuters on congested streets for short trips has achieved the first unmanned flight, Reuters reported, a milestone the developers said will help bring it to market within the next two years.

Considering the huge advancements in drone technology, the test phase voyage might not seem surprising at first glance. Another propeller plane rose vertically from the ground and then rushed high into the sky.

The driverless car, developed by Israeli startup AIR, can carry two people , an operator and a passenger, up to 100 miles on a single charge.

AIR and many of its competitors around the world believe this form of travel will eventually become commonplace.

"This is an important milestone as we transition to forward flight today, bringing us one step closer to our dream of mass-producing AIR ONE," said Lani Prout, CEO and co-founder of the company.


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