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Suzuki and SkyDrive Elevate Commuting: Flying Cars Now Rolling Off the Line in Iwata

In an unprecedented move that seems ripped straight from the pages of science fiction, Suzuki Motor Corporation has teamed up with SkyDrive Inc. to bring the future of transportation to the present. The duo has kickstarted the manufacturing of what they’re calling “flying cars” in Iwata City, Shizuoka Prefecture, promising to redefine how we think about getting from A to B.

The partnership was sealed with a Manufacturing Cooperation Contract last October for the creation of the “SkyDrive (SD-05 type),” with operations being set up at a plant proudly owned by the Suzuki Group. This venture, under the wing of SkyDrive’s subsidiary Sky Works Inc., marks a significant milestone in automotive and aviation innovation.

Adding to the occasion’s gravitas, a rivet driving ceremony was held this past March 6th, not just as a symbolic gesture but as a heartfelt wish for the safe and smooth operation of the new facility. The event saw the gathering of all Sky Works employees, alongside big names such as SkyDrive CEO Tomohiro Fukuzawa and Suzuki President Toshihiro Suzuki, among other dignitaries from both companies.

The plant is not only gearing up to supply the upcoming Expo 2025 Osaka, Kansai, Japan, with these aerial marvels but is also setting sights on the consumer market, ready to take orders from those looking to elevate their daily commute.

With this bold venture, Suzuki and SkyDrive are not just manufacturing vehicles; they’re crafting the future of transportation. So, strap in and look up — the sky’s no longer the limit, it’s the destination!

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