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2017 – The year of AeroMobil’s flying car

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AeroMobil is hoping to launch its flying car as early as 2017 and is planning to design to a self-flying car – the sky isn’t the limit! Read more here: www.eatsleepdigitals.com/2017-year-aeromobil-s-flying-car

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2017 – The year of AeroMobil’s flying car

  1. 1. We’ve previously told you about AeroMobil’s goal to produce the world’s first flying car, when it was unveiled at the Pioneers Festival. The Slovakian company have now set themselves an ambitious target to transform their flying vehicle from prototype to consumer ready within a 2 year timeframe. What’s this all about?
  2. 2. Will we be flying the skies in 2017? The first commercially available flying car from AeroMobil will be a 2 seater vehicle that can reach up to 100mph when driven on the ground, and 125mph as a plane in the air. The flying car will not require additional airports to be built as it is capable on landing on surfaces including strips of grass, so a ‘flying lane’ could be added to existing roads and increase the number of places you can take the car.
  3. 3. When will AeroMobil be up, up and away? The company still has a lot to do before they can achieve their 2017 flying target, including raising enough money to start mass producing the vehicle. The final decision on components still needs to be made to ensure the car is light enough for flight, but resilient enough to pass car regulations. Therefore, experiments will continue on different engines to select the best for the vehicle.
  4. 4. The sky is never the limit… AeroMobil are already planning their next model – a fully autonomous, 4 seat flying car! Stefan Vodocz, AeroMobil’s head of public relations, has said: ‘Maybe 10 years from now, it needs to be automated. With an algorithm, it would be managed much better by a computer than by man.’
  5. 5. So what now? Have we caught your interest yet? To read the full article all you have to do is head on over to our website or click the link below! 2017 – The year of AeroMobil’s flying car

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