Kitty Hawk, backed by Google co-founder Larry Page, unveils pilotless flying taxi

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News Story Source: cnbc.com by Arjun Kharpal
Google co-founder and Alphabet CEO Larry Page's autonomous flying taxi company unveiled its commercial plane called Cora late on Monday.

In 2016, Page invested in two flying car start-ups. One of those was Kitty Hawk, which is developing Cora.

Last year, the company released footage of a prototype aircraft that flew over water and was all-electric.

Now the company is pushing forward with making the flying cars a reality. In the video in which Kitty Hawk unveiled Cora, the company said it is working with the New Zealand government to commercialize its air taxis.

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