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UAE May Host World’s First Flying Car Race in 2025

The UAE is exploring the possibility of hosting the world’s first flying car race, with French company Maca Flight aiming to establish a flying racing car championship. The hydrogen-powered flying racing car, unveiled earlier in 2023, is designed to race 4-5 meters above ground at speeds up to 250 km/h with zero CO2 emissions. Maca Flight is partnering with Red Bull for the project, and the UAE is considered a top potential candidate to host these futuristic races. Presales for the hydrogen-powered flying racing car are expected to start in the coming months.

French company Maca Flight aims to create a real flying racing car championship, and the UAE is among the top potential candidates to host these races.The hydrogen-powered flying racing car, priced at $2 million, has a maximum speed of 250 km/h and emits zero CO2. It operates at a height of 4-5 meters above the ground during races.Pre-sales for the flying racing car are expected to begin in the coming months. Maca Flight will also provide training for buyers, including a dedicated race track and simulator for skill development.

The company aims to organize the first flying racing car championship by the end of 2025, and the UAE, along with other countries in the region, is being considered for hosting the inaugural race.Maca Flight has partnered with Red Bull, known for its involvement in extreme sports, to advance the flying car racing project.Maca Flight is in the process of obtaining regulatory approvals for the flying racing car. The company emphasizes the importance of securing certifications and permits to ensure compliance with aviation regulations.Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Bahrain have also shown interest in hosting flying car races, highlighting regional enthusiasm for innovative projects in the transportation sector.

The initiative to establish a flying racing car championship adds to the UAE’s reputation as a hub for cutting-edge technologies and ambitious projects. If successful, this venture could pave the way for new forms of entertainment and sporting events, combining advanced technology with thrilling competition in the skies.

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