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EN_01356741_0006 COV
An amazing flying taxi has been unveiled. The Bell Nexus was uncovered at the CES 2019 show in Las Vegas. It is a full-scale vertical-takeoff-and-landing (VTOL) air taxi vehicle, powered by a hybrid-electric propulsion system. The vehicle features Bell’s signature powered lift concept incorporating six tilting ducted fans that are designed to safely and efficiently redefine air travel. Bell liken the concept as being similiar to hailing an Uber, a company which has already expressed interested in the Nexus. They also say a network of the vehicles could work for a logistics company, transporting items between distribution centres. “As space at the ground level becomes limited, we must solve transportation challenges in the vertical dimension – and that’s where Bell’s on-demand mobility vision takes hold,” said Mitch Snyder, president and CEO, Bell. “The industry has anticipated the reveal of our air taxi for some time, so Bell is very proud of this moment. We believe the design, taken with our strategic approach to build this infrastructure, will lead to the successful deployment of the Bell Nexus to the world.” Bell says: "Bell Nexus means the nexus of transport and technology and of comfort and convenience. Nexus captures the long-sought-after vision of quick air travel with a unique in-flight experience, keeping passengers connected to their lives and saving valuable time." Where: United States When: 10 Jan 2019 Credit: Bell/Cover Images **VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission**
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EN_01356741_0007 COV
An amazing flying taxi has been unveiled. The Bell Nexus was uncovered at the CES 2019 show in Las Vegas. It is a full-scale vertical-takeoff-and-landing (VTOL) air taxi vehicle, powered by a hybrid-electric propulsion system. The vehicle features Bell’s signature powered lift concept incorporating six tilting ducted fans that are designed to safely and efficiently redefine air travel. Bell liken the concept as being similiar to hailing an Uber, a company which has already expressed interested in the Nexus. They also say a network of the vehicles could work for a logistics company, transporting items between distribution centres. “As space at the ground level becomes limited, we must solve transportation challenges in the vertical dimension – and that’s where Bell’s on-demand mobility vision takes hold,” said Mitch Snyder, president and CEO, Bell. “The industry has anticipated the reveal of our air taxi for some time, so Bell is very proud of this moment. We believe the design, taken with our strategic approach to build this infrastructure, will lead to the successful deployment of the Bell Nexus to the world.” Bell says: "Bell Nexus means the nexus of transport and technology and of comfort and convenience. Nexus captures the long-sought-after vision of quick air travel with a unique in-flight experience, keeping passengers connected to their lives and saving valuable time." Where: United States When: 10 Jan 2019 Credit: Bell/Cover Images **VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission**
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EN_01356741_0008 COV
An amazing flying taxi has been unveiled. The Bell Nexus was uncovered at the CES 2019 show in Las Vegas. It is a full-scale vertical-takeoff-and-landing (VTOL) air taxi vehicle, powered by a hybrid-electric propulsion system. The vehicle features Bell’s signature powered lift concept incorporating six tilting ducted fans that are designed to safely and efficiently redefine air travel. Bell liken the concept as being similiar to hailing an Uber, a company which has already expressed interested in the Nexus. They also say a network of the vehicles could work for a logistics company, transporting items between distribution centres. “As space at the ground level becomes limited, we must solve transportation challenges in the vertical dimension – and that’s where Bell’s on-demand mobility vision takes hold,” said Mitch Snyder, president and CEO, Bell. “The industry has anticipated the reveal of our air taxi for some time, so Bell is very proud of this moment. We believe the design, taken with our strategic approach to build this infrastructure, will lead to the successful deployment of the Bell Nexus to the world.” Bell says: "Bell Nexus means the nexus of transport and technology and of comfort and convenience. Nexus captures the long-sought-after vision of quick air travel with a unique in-flight experience, keeping passengers connected to their lives and saving valuable time." Where: United States When: 10 Jan 2019 Credit: Bell/Cover Images **VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission**
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EN_01356741_0009 COV
An amazing flying taxi has been unveiled. The Bell Nexus was uncovered at the CES 2019 show in Las Vegas. It is a full-scale vertical-takeoff-and-landing (VTOL) air taxi vehicle, powered by a hybrid-electric propulsion system. The vehicle features Bell’s signature powered lift concept incorporating six tilting ducted fans that are designed to safely and efficiently redefine air travel. Bell liken the concept as being similiar to hailing an Uber, a company which has already expressed interested in the Nexus. They also say a network of the vehicles could work for a logistics company, transporting items between distribution centres. “As space at the ground level becomes limited, we must solve transportation challenges in the vertical dimension – and that’s where Bell’s on-demand mobility vision takes hold,” said Mitch Snyder, president and CEO, Bell. “The industry has anticipated the reveal of our air taxi for some time, so Bell is very proud of this moment. We believe the design, taken with our strategic approach to build this infrastructure, will lead to the successful deployment of the Bell Nexus to the world.” Bell says: "Bell Nexus means the nexus of transport and technology and of comfort and convenience. Nexus captures the long-sought-after vision of quick air travel with a unique in-flight experience, keeping passengers connected to their lives and saving valuable time." Where: United States When: 10 Jan 2019 Credit: Bell/Cover Images **VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission**
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EN_01356741_0010 COV
An amazing flying taxi has been unveiled. The Bell Nexus was uncovered at the CES 2019 show in Las Vegas. It is a full-scale vertical-takeoff-and-landing (VTOL) air taxi vehicle, powered by a hybrid-electric propulsion system. The vehicle features Bell’s signature powered lift concept incorporating six tilting ducted fans that are designed to safely and efficiently redefine air travel. Bell liken the concept as being similiar to hailing an Uber, a company which has already expressed interested in the Nexus. They also say a network of the vehicles could work for a logistics company, transporting items between distribution centres. “As space at the ground level becomes limited, we must solve transportation challenges in the vertical dimension – and that’s where Bell’s on-demand mobility vision takes hold,” said Mitch Snyder, president and CEO, Bell. “The industry has anticipated the reveal of our air taxi for some time, so Bell is very proud of this moment. We believe the design, taken with our strategic approach to build this infrastructure, will lead to the successful deployment of the Bell Nexus to the world.” Bell says: "Bell Nexus means the nexus of transport and technology and of comfort and convenience. Nexus captures the long-sought-after vision of quick air travel with a unique in-flight experience, keeping passengers connected to their lives and saving valuable time." Where: United States When: 10 Jan 2019 Credit: Bell/Cover Images **VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission**
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EN_01356741_0011 COV
An amazing flying taxi has been unveiled. The Bell Nexus was uncovered at the CES 2019 show in Las Vegas. It is a full-scale vertical-takeoff-and-landing (VTOL) air taxi vehicle, powered by a hybrid-electric propulsion system. The vehicle features Bell’s signature powered lift concept incorporating six tilting ducted fans that are designed to safely and efficiently redefine air travel. Bell liken the concept as being similiar to hailing an Uber, a company which has already expressed interested in the Nexus. They also say a network of the vehicles could work for a logistics company, transporting items between distribution centres. “As space at the ground level becomes limited, we must solve transportation challenges in the vertical dimension – and that’s where Bell’s on-demand mobility vision takes hold,” said Mitch Snyder, president and CEO, Bell. “The industry has anticipated the reveal of our air taxi for some time, so Bell is very proud of this moment. We believe the design, taken with our strategic approach to build this infrastructure, will lead to the successful deployment of the Bell Nexus to the world.” Bell says: "Bell Nexus means the nexus of transport and technology and of comfort and convenience. Nexus captures the long-sought-after vision of quick air travel with a unique in-flight experience, keeping passengers connected to their lives and saving valuable time." Where: United States When: 10 Jan 2019 Credit: Bell/Cover Images **VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission**
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EN_01356741_0012 COV
An amazing flying taxi has been unveiled. The Bell Nexus was uncovered at the CES 2019 show in Las Vegas. It is a full-scale vertical-takeoff-and-landing (VTOL) air taxi vehicle, powered by a hybrid-electric propulsion system. The vehicle features Bell’s signature powered lift concept incorporating six tilting ducted fans that are designed to safely and efficiently redefine air travel. Bell liken the concept as being similiar to hailing an Uber, a company which has already expressed interested in the Nexus. They also say a network of the vehicles could work for a logistics company, transporting items between distribution centres. “As space at the ground level becomes limited, we must solve transportation challenges in the vertical dimension – and that’s where Bell’s on-demand mobility vision takes hold,” said Mitch Snyder, president and CEO, Bell. “The industry has anticipated the reveal of our air taxi for some time, so Bell is very proud of this moment. We believe the design, taken with our strategic approach to build this infrastructure, will lead to the successful deployment of the Bell Nexus to the world.” Bell says: "Bell Nexus means the nexus of transport and technology and of comfort and convenience. Nexus captures the long-sought-after vision of quick air travel with a unique in-flight experience, keeping passengers connected to their lives and saving valuable time." Where: United States When: 10 Jan 2019 Credit: Bell/Cover Images **VIDEO AVAILABLE: info@cover-images.com Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission**
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