The first fully-functional prototype of the ASKA A5 electric drive and fly Vertical Takeoff and Landing eVTOL vehicle has made its debut at CES 2023. The size of an SUV, the ASKA A5 is the world's first four-seater electric vehicle that can travel by road and up to 250 miles by air on a single charge. ASKA requires minimum updates to the current infrastructure. To perform a vertical take-off or landing, ASKA requires only a compact space, such as a helipad or vertiport. The vehicle fits in existing parking spaces, it can be charged at home and EV charging stations and the range extender engine runs on premium gasoline purchased at existing automotive gas stations. At first glance, the ASKA A5 is unlike any vehicle ever developed. It bridges the best in modern automotive and aviation design. Powering the ASKA A5 is a proprietary power system that features lithium-ion battery packs and a gasoline engine that acts as an onboard range extender. This dual energy source delivers a 250-mile flight range and drastically increases power source reliability. In drive mode, ASKA packs in-wheel motor technology, allowing all four wheels to be placed outside the fuselage for all-wheel-drive traction, better aerodynamics, and maximized interior space to comfortably seat 4 passengers. In flying mode, the vehicle's wings with six rotors unfold, allowing the vehicle to either take off vertically, or do conventional runway takeoffs. The large wing is optimized for gliding, smooth landings, and efficient energy consumption, while each tilt rotor is utilized for vehicle control. ASKA can take off in two ways: one is a Vertical Takeoff and Landing from a compact space like a helipad. The other is a conventional runway takeoff and landing which can improve the vehicle's energy consumption efficiency. ASKA A5 is available for pre-order. The company is developing an affordable on-demand ride-sharing service that utilizes its eVTOL vehicles. Targeting availability in major cities and surrounding areas by 2026*, ASKA's ride-sharing program will have certified pilots pick ride-share customers up at their homes and fly them to their destinations. The company has launched early-bird sign-up free registration for ASKA On-Demand.