Rolls-Royce Motor Cars
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The final version of the proposed aircraft could have room for nine to nineteen passengers and travel three times faster than the speed of sound at an altitude above 60,000 feet.
Roll-Royce hopes that its new project will be the world's fastest all-electric aircraft. At Gloucestershire Airport in England, the company presented the single-passenger, zero-emissions ACCEL project plane that is predicted to reach a top speed of over 480 km/h.