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DRL Racer4 pre-sale, an FPV drone that goes from zero to 144 km/h in a second

DRL Racer4 pre-sale, an FPV drone that goes from zero to 144 km/h in a second

By  Adan Flannigan 2019-08-14 253 0

The Drone Racing League (DRL), FPV (First Person View), has introduced DRL Racer4, the fourth generation of high-speed models in a kickstart crowdfunding system, which is expected to be delivered by 2020. The ability to accelerate from zero to about 144 km/h in less than a second is equipped with a carbon fiber coating and 1,000 color LED lights, among other things.

DRL Racer​ 


DRL is an internationally recognized professional league specializing in FPV racing drones. The league claims to have received many consumer requests for a DRL Racer3 version that was not available on the market.  "After many (many) orders to purchase a Racer3, we have ensured that demand is met with the "Street" version of our next generation drone. says the DRL in the description of the financing.


With this action it will be possible to purchase the fourth version of the racing drone, and the DRL Racer4 will be the project ready to go, without having to make any changes, and "ready for the road".


Since FPV drones still follow the do-it-yourself concept, where the user has to search for different parts and assemble his own model, it is DRL's intention to design the process by option of a model with simpler and more economical Good performance ready to fly. It is also necessary to purchase separate equipment that offers the possibility of a better race, such as goggles and controls.


These drones are expected to be available to project supporters in April 2020 and will be the same as those used in the new Drone Racing League season from 11 August onwards.


The pre-order can now be placed by Kickstarter and delivery is expected to start in April 2020. The goal is to reach the target of $350,000 by early October, at the time of this press release it is $28,813. .


Although anyone can support the project, DRL supplies only limited equipment units available in the US. The cost is $599 in direct conversion according to the current currency quote, excluding taxes of $2,363.


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