据其官网显示，这辆自行车重300 kg，3.7 m x 2.4 m x 1.5 m，行程40 km，最大时速80 ~ 100 km，有效载荷100 kg，能源形式为：内燃+电池。目前有限版订价77.7万美元。
A.L.I. Technologies is a small start-up company established in September 2016 by a group of University of Tokyo student entrepreneurs developing drones. Komatsu Shūhei(小松周平) was named the company president in February 2017 and now its chairman. Katano Daisuke(交野大辅) was named president in July 2018. Komatsu and Katano work together in guiding the firm, with Komatsu overseeing technology development and Katano handles the overall management of the company.
The company founders at a young age had their imaginations wowed seeing flying cars and other flying vehicles in Star Wars movies. There goal is to make science fiction become science fact. The XTURISMO hover bike is a one passenger aircraft, lift provided two large propellers in tandem under the fuselage, with four smaller side mounted fans on each main lift ducts, for forward and directional flight.
At the 46th annual 2019 Tokyo Motor Show, Oct. 25 – Nov. 4, A.L.I Technologies revealed a full-scale prototype of a hybrid-electric vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) hover bike, the XTURISMO, on static display. No flying demonstrations took place at the airshow. The mission of the company is to bring infrastructure, both hardware and software, for the next generation to make Urban Air Mobility (UAM) a reality.
According to the company, to make urban air travel a reality, there are several things which need to occur, the production of VTOL urban aircraft, the control of the VTOL aircraft, and the design and authentication of air routes so that no accidents occur. Which is why the company is developing UAVs, hybrid-electric VTOL aircraft, all-electric VTOL aircraft, deep learning, 3D rendering, blockchain platforms, simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) control, three-dimensional control systems and air route designs, and artificial intelligence (AI) which will allow aircraft to fly safely for low altitude urban flight. The hover bike will have excellent stability in the air due to multiple sensors controlling it.