It’s increasingly becoming apparent that future cars will be flying, literally. And it could be sooner that everyone anticipated, as the world’s top flying car maker prepares to unleash its first ever flying machine after more than a decade in the making.
This car is called AeroMobil
The car, called AeroMobil, has reportedly been redesigned with hundreds of improvements. It is set to take the stage at Top Marques Monaco super car show on 20th April 2017.
The firm has even completed the interior of the craft, and says it is undergoing advanced flight tests in Slovakia
With the flying car, AeroMobil aims to make personal transportation more efficient by offering the choice of transport on the road or in the sky, and forever putting an end to traffic jam nightmares.
AeroMobil will launch its new model of the flying car at the super car show next week, which the team says was built in compliance with the existing regulatory frameworks for both cars and airplanes.
AeroMobil has been redesigned with hundreds of improvements and will take the stage at Top Marques Monaco super car show on April 20.
“By combining aero and car functionality in perfect harmony it heralds a new era in efficient and exciting travel, offering users an unparalleled choice of transport on the road or in the air,” says the AeroMobil team.
Built from light-weight steel framework and carbon coating, when converted into a plane, the vehicle measures just over 26 feet wide and 19 feet long to accommodate two people.