New Futuristic Flying Car Unveiled, Will Hit the Skies Next Year
This flying car is set to hit the road (and the air) by 2017.
AeroMobil unveiled its latest version of its (rather remarkably) futuristic vehicle, which is designed to be both driven on the road and flown through the air. Yes, that’s right—a flying car.
The AeroMobil 3.0 is one of several new experimental prototypes that the company hopes to launch by the end of the year. The current prototypes are all two-seated vehicles, but it could undergo some changes and may be able to quickly accommodate more passengers, as the AeroMobil 3.0 is only the “first product in a series of innovative vehicles,” according its CEO Juraj Vaculik.
The AeroMobil team says their vehicles are not frivolous or unrealistic fabrications, but assert that it can do far more than cut commuters’ travel time. Most notably, it could be used by first responders and law enforcement in areas with poor road infrastructure.
The company plans to commercialize the AeroMobil 3.0 car by 2017.
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