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Lilium's latest flying taxi prototype can at least hover

engadget Thursday, 16 May 2019 ()
There are a number of flying taxi startups out there, but Lilium has stood out with its unique airplane-like design and serious aeronautical cred. Now, the company has unveiled an all-new prototype and flaunted the first successful tests with the cra...
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