After years of development, the AeroMobil 3.0 flying car is finally about to hit the market!
Powered by a four-cylinder Rotax 912 light airplane engine, capable of producing 100-horsepower, and as a 30mpg car, it can achieve a top speed of 99 mph. A rear-mounted propeller keeps the two-seater aloft in the air and helps it hit a cruising speed of 124 mph. Best of all, only a couple of hundred meters are needed for AeroMobil 3.0 to take off.
The vehicle’s capacity is one driver / pilot, along with a passenger. The body is made from carbon fiber coating stretched over a steel frame. The only thing you’ll need to legally fly the AeroMobil 3.0 is a Sport Pilot License (SPL).
There’s no announced price yet, but we expect it to cost at least as much as a supercar.