Aeromobil's New Flying Car To Arrive This 2017, Pre-order Available Soon, Learn More Details Here

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Apr 13, 2017 02:33 AM EDT

AeroMobil planned to release its new flying car late of 2017 and pre-orders will be available soon. The company will present its latest car model on April 20 at the Top Marques Monaco, which is an exclusive high-class supercar show.

According to TNW, the new air vehicle is not the first flying car Aeromobil has created. But unlike the 2014 model, this is the first design to be launched to the public.

The flying car will perform the task of a typical vehicle using a regular unleaded gasoline. A hybrid propelling force which is an integration of electric and internal-combustion engines enables the car to fly.

According to Mashable, the company didn't release any further details about the vehicle and how much does it cost. The only thing AeroMobil confirmed is that it will provide the complete specifications of the flying car during the said supercar show. Pre-orders will also be accepted sometimes this year.

Only 650-feet distance is required for the flying car to take off. Nevertheless, the vehicle could also land within 164 feet. AeroMobil even reveals that the car can reach a speed of 124 miles per hour.

Furthermore, AeroMobil said that operating the flying car is still based on current regulative orders for cars and airplanes. This means that both driver's and pilot's license are needed before using the vehicle.

"AeroMobil aims to make personal transportation vastly more efficient and environmentally friendly by allowing significantly faster door-to-door travel for medium distance trips and in areas with limited or missing road infrastructure," the company said.

In fact, there are previous theories and prototypes of flying cars but the public usage seems very far to be reached. It was visualized in the 1960s that people in the future could afford to drive in the sky. Now, everybody is hoping for AeroMobil in turning its promise into action.

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