November 13, 2013

Flying Cars

A ‘flying car’ – the AeroMobil 2.5, has been unveiled at AeroTech, an airshow exhibition held in Montreal. The vehicle was designed by Stefan Klein and Jaruk based from Bratislava, Slovak Republic.

The hybrid vehicle has a maximum speed of 99mph when driven as a car but in airplane mode can soar through the skies at 124mph. It is built from light-weight steel framework and carbon coating and when in plane mode measures 8.2m wide and 6m long to accommodate two people. When the wings are stowed it measures 1.6m wide.

The car can be parked in a standard parking space and can be driven on normal roads.

Jane Hunt of Britannia Driving School says ‘I would love to drive one of these vehicles’.

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