Video: India’s biggest ‘enemy’ designed a car flying in the air, ran at a speed of 230KM per hour – न्यूज़लीड India

Video: India’s biggest ‘enemy’ designed a car flying in the air, ran at a speed of 230KM per hour


The dream of a car flying in the air turned into reality

Whether it is Hollywood movies or science fiction, cars flying in the air have been mentioned for years. Many attempts have been made to accomplish and actually make this impossible thing. After which it now seems that this dream is no longer a dream but has come closer to reality. Because now China has successfully tested such a car, which can float in the air on the road.

big invention of flying car

big invention of flying car

A car based on magnetic technology (maglev) could prove to be a big invention for the future flying cars, which is a unique initiative in itself. According to the Chinese news agency Xinhua, the test was done on a 2,800 kg car, which instead of running on its tyres, flies in the air 35 mm above the road surface through a magnetic field.

Successful road testing done last week

Successful road testing done last week

Chinese researchers at Southwest Jiaotong University in Chengdu, Sichuan province, conducted a successful road test last week of a passenger car that uses magnets to float 35 mm above a conductor rail, according to the report.

Maglev car speed of 230 kmph

Maglev car speed of 230 kmph

To put it another way, the Experiment Vehicle employs magnetic levitation (maglev) technology. Researchers placed eight sedans with strong magnets on the bottom of the vehicle and tested them along 8 km of rail. During this test, the maglev car surprisingly managed to catch a maximum speed of 230 kmph.

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Video of testing surfaced

Video of testing surfaced

A video of road testing has also surfaced, which has been posted by a Chinese journalist. Cars can sometimes be seen moving on the track in the video. According to the news agency Xinhua, government transport officials conducted experiments to research high-speed driving safety measures. However, according to University Professor Deng Digang, who worked on the development of vehicles, the adoption of magnetic levitation (maglev) for passenger cars could reduce energy consumption.

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