Computers controls and electric propulsion are hinting at what could become the mass adoption of flight — and London-based Skyfly wants to help make it happen. The Axe is a two-seat, two-wing aircraft with four five-foot propellers that is capable of vertical takeoff and landing — although a 164-foot runway is recommended. A 48 kWh dual battery design powers the four 70kW motors at the end of the wings, with a range figure of 100 miles. An optional hybrid generator can double the range, with a total weight of 1,323 pounds and a useful load of 379 pounds. With a wingspan of just 16.4 feet, the Axe can be parked in a driveway or large garage — no hangar needed. Skyfly is currently taking orders for the Axe, with deliveries scheduled to start in summer of 2024. Watch the prototype in action here.