Henry Ford once says that there’ll come a day where an airplane and a motorcar combined into one. It looks like that day is not that far from now, Aeromobil has designed and developed a real flying car, yes, the company already has a working prototype. This concept flying car has been designed to make use of existing infrastructure which is created for standard cars and planes, it opens a new way to travel. Developed in Slovak Republic, this sleek and lightweight vehicle even fits a standard parking space, thanks to its collapsible wings, you can fill the fuel tank at any gas station. You can ride it on road traffic while as a plane, it can both take off and land at any airport worldwide.
From : Aeromobil
The ambition is about to become real, the third generation of the prototype is compact, stylish, and comfortable for both driver and passenger. It took 20 years in development, but it’s well worth the wait, a vehicle that combines the performance of a sports car yet with qualities of an ultralight, has finally taken to the skies. With steel framework and carbon coating, Aeromobil Flying Car weighs around 450kg (empty), as a plane, it can reach a top speed up to 124mph (200km/h), while as a car, it can reach a top speed of 100mph (160km/h).