Flying cars are something that many have dreamed about for generations. A car that can drive on the road, park in the garage, yet take to the skies when the driver/pilot wants is something that is undeniably appealing to many of us. A company called Aeromobile has unveiled the AeroMobile 3.0 prototype flying car in Vienna this week. The prototype has had a successful maiden flight and was developed in ten months by a team of 12 people.
The development team is lead by company chief designer and CTO Stefan Klein and CEO Juraj Vaculik, both co-founders of the company. AeroMobiel 3.0 took to the skies ten months after the unveiling of the more rudimentary AeroMobile 2.5 prototype.
The prototype is work in progress and only after completion of the certification and homologation both as a car and as well as an aircraft we will be able to set the final configuration and therefore the final price span. Expect the price combination of sports car and Light Sports Aircraft (LSA), several hundreds of thousand Euro.
After the completion of the final configuration we will be able to set the manufacturing date. We expect to start delivering the product in the next two or three years. The sales process will start earlier.