At the most exciting consumer electronics event of the year, CES 2020, Hyundai and Uber have unveiled their first full scale flying taxi, the “S-A1”. The personal air vehicle (PAV) will be 100% electric, have a cruising speed of 180 MPH, have the ability to make 60 mile trips and during peak hours will require five to seven minutes to recharge. The PAV will take off vertically, transition to wing-borne lift in cruise, and then transition back to vertical flight to land. The vehicle will be able to carry up to four passengers and will have room for personal items like bags and backpacks. For those wondering about the PAV’s navigation, it will be piloted … for now. Autonomous navigation is certainly planned in the near future. Currently Hyundai is the first and only automotive manufacturer to join Uber’s “elevate” initiative.