Flying Car cost over $1 Million Exhibits in Monaco


A Slovakian company, AeroMobile introduced the commercial design for flying car, which is priced over $1 million and it is said that this car was ready for pre-orders and the first deliveries will be made during 2020.

AeroMobil said that the teardrop like shaped AeroMobil Flying Car was displayed at Top Marques Monaco and it could switch to flight mode in short time and the wings were swung out for flying. When it runs on road, then the wings are folded away.

The company is developing the flying vehicles and it aimed to make up to 500 units of the first commercially available edition and it is priced at 1.2 million to 1.5 million Euros or it ranges from $1.29 million to $1.61 million. The flying car would need an airfield or approved place to take off and the owner of the car would have driving and pilot license. The company said that customers of flying car would comply with air and road regulations and the delivery of the flying car will be started by 2020.

Before bringing this flying car in the mainstream, they must handle the flight safety issues to remove the ears of the public. The government is studying to regulate the drones and driver-less cars with the auto and aviation industries, which are working on the advances in software and city planning so that the flying cars are restricted to travel in the safety corridors.

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