“The common issue with personal drones today is their lack of battery capacity, which in turn, limits their flight time to 20 minutes and their charging time to an hour. With that in mind, I associated the drone design to a company synonymous with battery efficiency and incorporated an effective battery integration concept.”
The Tesla Drone would comprise of two independent propellers that could be manipulated both vertically and horizontally, providing advanced stability and enhanced video capture precision. To maximize its lift and propulsion, the Tesla Drone would incorporate twin Carbon GlideLite Blades, as opposed to previous quadcopter configurations. For its docking station, Leid wanted to emphasize on both aesthetic and capability by introducing the MagDock, which acts as both display and as a wireless charging station. Why Tesla never thought of this themselves is beyond me!