In China, a magic car was tested: it flies over the highway at a height of 35 mm

In China, a magic car was tested: it flies over the highway at a height of 35 mm

During a test of magnetic levitation technology for use in vehicles in China, a 2.8-ton vehicle capable of swimming at a height of 35 mm above the highway was successfully tested. According to Xinhua, the experiment was conducted in Jiangsu province in the east of the country.

Built by the Southwest University of Zhyaotun from Chendu, the car is a modernized classic car, and a permanent magnet chain has been installed to provide levitation, and a dedicated conducting line has been installed to provide levitation effects.

According to Professor Dan Zhigan, magic technology will receive increased attention, as it is hoped in the future that it will save energy and increase the availability of vehicles.

On the same day, another road test was conducted at 200 km/h. Eight cars were tested on a 7.9 km section, including five on new sources of energy, and the maximum speed was approaching 230 km/h.

It is known that the tests are organized by the provincial authorities and are intended to assess the possible construction of future roads and safety measures for high-speed management.