The AeroMobil 3.0, with a sportscar type cabin and dragonfly wheels, was unveiled at the Pioneers festival, an innovations conference in Vienna, Austria. AeroMobil’s CEO Juraj Vaculik envisions the car to “change personal transport on a global scale”, and could be used by commuters and middle-distance travelers, especially in countries that do not have very well developed road infrastructures.
The car has been in development for over 25 years and the current prototype has entered a regular flight testing program. The car fits in regular parking spots and can be filled up at gas stations, but while it doesn’t need a full runway for takeoff and landing, it does require a 50 meter long grass strip for those purposes.
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