Introducing the

Hopflyt Venturi

The New Generation of eVOTL

Electrical Vertical Takeoff & Landing

The Venturi is an electric Vertical Takeoff and Landing (eVTOL) aircraft.  Our unique patented innovation in wing design, vectored thrust rotors plus vectored aerodynamic lift makes the Venturi the only 5th Generation eVTOL in development. Led by our company’s founders, HopFlyt’s unmatched expertise in aeronautic engineering, design, and flight places our aircraft at the forefront of the industry, enabling HopFlyt to fly father, faster, and safer than other eVTOL.


Point to point transportation

200 mile range

150 mph cruise

200 mph sprint

Open architecture pod

16 propulsion motors

Redundant electrical systems

Whole aircraft parachute system

Autonomous systems

Enclosed props for takeoff and landings

Passive and active noise cancellation

Five Generations of eVOTL Technology

HopFlyt is a 5th generation design allowing for greater efficiency.

Generation 1

Fixed position rotors for lift and thrust

Generation 2

Fixed lift rotors plus fixed thrust rotor

Generation 3

Fixed lift rotors plus vectored thrust rotors ​

Generation 4

Vectored thrust rotors

Generation 5

Vectored thrust rotors plus vectored aerodynamic lift

Advanced Aerodynamic Design

For Higher Safety & Smoother Ride

HopFlyt Venturi is the only aircraft combining variable incidence wings & canards with channels, distributed electrical propulsion (DEP) and contra-rotating propellers in an eVTOL design. 

The Venturi’s canard-style design delivers a higher safety and a smoother ride experience for the passengers and the pilot alike. Wings and canards can vary angle in-flight and improve ride quality by keeping the fuselage at a level attitude during all phases of flight. The powered channel wing design creates high levels of lift by efficiently accelerating air over the wing resulting in longer battery life. While the contra-rotating propellers produce more thrust and reduce noise. Combining these technologies with DEP reduces mechanical complexity by removing traditional flight control surfaces (i.e. ailerons, elevators, rudder and flaps). This reduces weight, improves reliability, and reduces maintenance while allowing the aircraft to take off and land vertically.

Key Aerodynamic Principle

Air is drawn into the channels by the contra-rotating propellers.  The channels have an aerofoil shape, which generates high levels of wing-borne lift as the air is accelerated through the channel, even when the aircraft has zero forward airspeed.   These high levels of lift have been demonstrated through flight test & NASA wind tunnel data on other aircraft. Additionally, the design reduces complexity, total parts count and aircraft weight, which further boosts the design efficiency.

Invest in the Future of eVTOL

While bootstrapping the design, engineering, and manufacture to this point, we surpassed the critical milestone of flying a sub-scale model. We’re now seeking supportive industry alliances and investment to continue research and design as we build a full-scale model for testing and certification.

See How We’re Different and Why You Should Invest in HopFlyt!