These days, transportation seems to be a problem for many people. Especially in overpopulated areas where traffic is a daily problem that many individuals encounter. That dilemma will end soon, thanks to technology. Flying cars will soon appear in the skies over the next few months and that would not be surprising since many companies are now manufacturing this type of vehicles. Perhaps, many are sick of the heavy traffic and to solve the problem, some companies are now aiming to create flying vehicles and travel by sky. One company in Slovakia in particular has created a flying car and it is now out on the market.
It’s been more than 10 years in the making but the country of Slovakia finally unveiled its first commercialized flying car called AeroMobil. This car was re-modeled to create a new version and plenty of improvements have been made. AeroMobil unveils new images of its fundamental hybrid vehicle. It can fly 430 miles on a tank of petrol or when used as a car it also has a range of 310 made from lightweight steel framework and carbon coating.
When transformed to a plane, the vehicle measures 26 feet wide and 19 feet long to accommodate two people. The company claims that the vehicle can be parked in standard parking spaces and can be driven on normal roads. It’s ready for pre-order this year and will also take the stage at Top Marques Monaco super car show on April 20 which the team said was built in agreement with the present controlling outlines for both cars and airplanes.
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AeroMobil aims to make personal transportation more effective by offering the choice of transportation on the road or up in the sky and putting an end to traffic blockages. Through its combination, aero and car functionality in faultless harmony indicates a new period in effective and thrilling travel. AeroMobil’s goal is to make private transportation hugely more effective and environment-friendly by allowing quick door-to-door travel for average distance trips and in areas with partial or missing road infrastructures.
The team started this journey in 1990 with a draft of an idea for the upcoming transportation.Over the years, it has been transformed into a completely functioning machine. The whole thing was made in full agreement with monitoring frameworks for both cars and airplanes, with any luck that there should not be too much red tape ending these marvels from flying.
However, the design is still not perfect; the wings folds into the back seat behind the driver when in car mode. AeroMobil is stylish and comfortable for both the driver and passengers. Lastly, they said that pre-orders for the vehicle are going to take place this year, although there is no final word on when the finished product will officially be seen in driveways and runways.