The tech firm is developing a new racing league called Airspeeder, in which elite pilots will race against each other in tiny flying cars.
During the test flight, a slightly smaller prototype of the flying race car took to the skies in front of select media (including Mirror Online), at the Goodwood Aerodrome.
Yesterday, Alauda revealed its flying race car, called the MK4, at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
But while Alauda claims that the cars could be ready to fly next year, a test flight at the iconic event suggested that there’s a lot of work to be done before then.
It’s one of the most exhilarating sports out there, but now car racing is about to be taken to the next level, thanks to Alauda’s new flying race car.
However, within seconds the flying car spun out of control, quickly rising high up into the sky, much to the Alauda team’s dismay.