Aptly-named Swedish startup Jetson is making flying cars a reality with its One, a single-seat, eight-rotor eVTOL aircraft. The One uses an aluminum and carbon fiber space frame with eight rotors mounted on four arms, with a total weight of just under 200 pounds. Peak power is 88kW, with a top speed of 63 MPH and a flight time of 15 minutes — just enough to have some serious fun. Flight controls consist of a throttle, joystick, and rudder pedals, with a triple-redundant computer system that either hovers in place or makes an emergency landing if the controls are released. The One is sold as kit, with the entire 2022 production run sold out — customers will have to wait until 2023 for the next batch.