At a conference in Vienna, the Slovakian company AeroMobil s.r.o. unveiled its prototype, the first flying car AeroMobil 3.0. The machine is able to accelerate on the ground to 160 km/h and in the air – up to 200 km/h or more.
For takeoff the AeroMobile 3.0 needs 50 meters of open space – not necessarily the asphalt, since it can take off also from a surface covered with grass.
The flying car is designed so that it is suitable for driving on normal roads. It is also possible to park it in the parking lot of normal size.
This aircraft has been developing for 25 years. It is now undergoing through flight tests. The development is led by the designer Štefan Klein, who had previously worked in companies such as Audi and BMW.
A flying car is also developing the US company Terrafugia. More specifically, this machine is a roadable aircraft labeled Terrafugia TF-X. The company intends to begin deliveries in 2015-2016.
Watch this beautiful high-definition 1080 p video showing the gorgeous AeroMobil 3.0.
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