Prosperity I eVTOL interior unveiled


AutoFlight has revealed the interior design of the Prosperity I eVTOL, designed by renowned automotive designer Frank Stephenson. A full-scale aircraft type will be showcased at the Paris Air Show on 19-25 June.

With a career spanning over three decades, Stephenson is known for his work with brands such as Ferrari, Maserati, McLaren and Mini.

“We are delighted to have Frank Stephenson, a true industry pioneer, lending his remarkable talent to our Prosperity I eVTOL,” said Tian Yu, CEO of AutoFlight. “His unparalleled design expertise has added a new dimension to our aircraft, elevating it to a whole new level. With Frank’s touch, Prosperity I truly embodies the future of urban air mobility.”

“Designing the interior of the Prosperity I has been a phenomenal journey,” said Stephenson. “Our aim was to create an environment that evokes a sense of safety, comfort and innovation. With this as our goal, the passengers will feel relaxed, living a new sensation of wonder as they travel to their destinations. The welcoming interior has been achieved through the innovative application of natural organic shapes, new soft touch materials and a clever system of interior mood lighting. Meticulous attention to all details ensures that Prosperity I is bound to provide our passengers with a truly exceptional inflight experience.”

AutoFlight stated its commitment to sustainability – it is actively working on selecting sustainable, recycled and reusable materials for Prosperity I ahead of mass production. Prosperity I’s angle-free sculpted interior is intended to create a feeling of spaciousness, with curated lighting to add to an ambiance of elegance and tranquility.

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