ZERO Personal Helicopter Concept

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

There was a point in time when personal aircrafts seemed to only be feasible in the world of the Jetson’s, but as time progresses, it looks like these things could someday become a reality. Of all the concepts we’ve encountered up to this point, the ZERO Helicopter by Spanish designer Hector Del Amo is among our favorites.

Unfortunately though, the project was posted on Behance without a lick of information. No details, no specs, nothing – nothing but a beautifully crafted personal helicopter that is. Sure we don’t know exactly what the ZERO is capable of, but it sure looks good. The concept is sleek and simple, with room for just one passenger – the pilot. It would be the perfect solution for flying to the office, soaring over all those suckers stuck in traffic.

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