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Bring the theoretical idea of flying cars into practical reality.



I do all the things

Piotr Rzymski

I do all the things

General Engineer

I do all the things

I do all the things

Manufacturing Model


1. Structure


The assembly process starts with the structure, which includes the airframe and fuselage. See Figure 1.

Fig. 1. Airframe and fuselage.


2. Electrical


The electrical system processes user inputs into flight control and other outputs.   See Figure 2.

Fig. 2. Electrical system.


3. Aerodynamics


The aero system consists of the airfoils and propellers. See Figure 3.

Fig. 3. Aerospace mechanics.


4. Ergonomics


It is important for the interaction between the user and the drone car to be comfortable and practical. See Figure 4.

Fig. 4. Comfort is key.


5. Full Assembly


The full assembly compiles all the subsystems together. See Figure 5.

Fig. 5. Lorenz Drone Car.


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Business Model


The estimated cost for a full-scale drone car prototype is relatively low: about $50,000-$200,000 depending on the fixed costs: materials, and variable costs, like engineering hours.

However, building an assembly plant that manufactures drone cars en masse requires significantly more resources, which can reach into the $100's of millions.


Our near-term goal is to build a small-to-mid-scale prototype that demonstrates the feasibility of our full-scale design.

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