Horizon presents its long-range Cavorite X5 hybrid eVTOL

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Canada’s Horizon Aircraft has popped up out of stealth mode with an interesting 5-seat hybrid eVTOL design using a wicked-cool split-wing mechanism to transition between VTOL and horizontal flight, and a totally unique path to market.
Cavorite is a word invented by H.G. Wells in his 1901 book The First Men in the Moon. In the book, it’s a metal alloy, created by a Mr. Cavor, which, when cool, is able to cancel out the effects of gravity on anything it covers. Thus, Cavor uses it as the heart of a fin-de-seicle spacecraft, opening and closing windows in a shielding mechanism surroun

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