Frankie Zapata, a former champion in jet skiing, unveiled the JetRacer flying vehicle. The Frenchman’s company, the JetRacer, has also produced other microjet-powered aircraft above water and above ground, such as the JetRacer.
JetRacer Zapata is unique in its unusual form. JetRacer Zapata is also amazing in its distinctive shape. It has no visible propellers and uses kerosene rather than batteries.
The ten microjet engines allow it to fly up to 3,000m and reach a maximum speed of 250 km/h. JetRacer can travel at speeds of up to 250 km/h.
According to Zapata’s website, “JetRacer was built on a lightweight, modular chassis that allows it can meet a variety of needs, both civil and military and be remotely controlled.” “All critical systems have been designed to ensure an exceptionally high level of safety, including propulsion, control and power supply.
The JetRacer can fly even when two of the ten engines stop working. Zapata is currently working on two more JetRacer prototypes and plans to sell them to individuals, businesses, and security agencies.