This image provided by Joby Aviation shows the conceptual design of the Joby S2 Electric VTOL PAV aircraft.
This image provided by Joby Aviation shows the conceptual design of the Joby S2 Electric VTOL PAV aircraft. AP
This image provided by Joby Aviation shows the conceptual design of the Joby S2 Electric VTOL PAV aircraft. AP

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