The startup is currently awaiting feedback, regarding the number of units and proposed timelines.
“They’re going to let us know in the next month or two if they’d like any more,” said Segura-Conn. “If they would like 30 or 40, we’ll make it happen for them.”
In the United States, the Hoverbike has successfully met FAA requirements and is available for purchase. Granted, you’ll have to shell out $150,000 to get your hands on one, but you won’t need a pilot’s license to actually fly it. Segura-Conn does remind potential customers, however, that buyers will be screened to make sure they can safely operate the vehicle. What exactly that entails is not yet certain, but it’s likely that a supervised riding test is part of the process.
Hoversurf is currently looking for an appropriate manufacturing hub for the S3 2019, with Segura-Conn revealing that the company is in contact