Follow me e-tron

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Follow Me e-tron
Preview-etron 4.0.jpg
Type Automobile, Utility vehicle
FlightGear China
  • 梁思地 Sidi Liang
  • 罗启元 Qiyuan Luo
  • ValKmjolnir
  • 李维昊 Weihao Lee
  • Marsdolphin
--aircraft= followmeEV
Status Early production
 FDM Stars-4.png
 Systems Stars-3.png
 Cockpit Stars-4.png
 Model Stars-4.png
Supports Tutorials
 Website The website for the Follow Me e-tron developments.
 Repository The development repository of the Follow Me e-tron.
Download Download the Follow Me e-tron aircraft package for the current stable release (2020.3).
Forum 'Follow Me e-tron' topic on the FlightGear forum.
License GPLv2

The Follow me e-tron or Follow me EV is a semi-fictional Follow-me vehicle based on Gijs's work, but an electric-powered version with Chinese characteristics. It was made just for fun.


Being the very first electric car in FlightGear, the Follow me e-tron features a realistic electric supercar driving experience while having an exterior of the classic Renault Kangoo I Follow me vehicle.

Screenshot of the FollowmeEV in Guangzhou
  • Realistic electric engine written in Nasal.
  • Detailed electrical system written in Nasal.
  • Advanced steering helper (experimental)
  • 'AutoCrash' system, which tries its best to keep you on the road.
  • 'AutoSpeed' system, which keeps your speed constant.
  • Auto Hold function
  • Parking radar that detects terrain and alerts driver.
  • Working airbags.
  • Experimental AEB system.
  • Configurable interior with several fully remodeled interior and working switches.
  • Configurable instruments with several styles to choose from.
  • Experimental compositor light support.
  • License plate in Chinese style.
  • Various of liveries
  • Various of messages
  • Full multiplayer support.
  • Multiplayer passenger.
  • Tutorials support in different languages
  • Different interior styles to choose from.
  • Save / Resume function.



The Follow me e-tron is currently released as v3.0.


Top speed:



Accelerate up to:

 100km/h: 2.48 seconds
 200km/h: 7.20 seconds


Electricity usage:

 ---km/charge  (Yet to be determined)


Earlier Versions

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Forum topic

FlightGear China