Google co-founder and Alphabet CEO Larry Page's flying taxi company unveiled its autonomous plane called Cora late on Monday. Page's company, Kitty Hawk, has been secretly working in New Zealand, flight testing its two-person, battery-powered flying taxi. In 2016, Page invested in two flying car start-ups. One of those was Kitty Hawk, which is developing Cora. Kitty Hawk is run by Sebastian Thrun, the former head of Google's early self-driving car program.