Flying car 'AeroMobil 3.0' is 'very close to the finished product'

Imagine a chaotic traffic day in your major thoroughfares, where you wish you could just fly your way to your destination in a jiffy. Sounds too good to be true but guess what? Flying car 'AeroMobil' could be the answer.

Following its previous version - 'AeroMobil 2.5', the AeroMobil 3.0 is said as "very close to the finished product", Slovakian Co-Founder and CEO Juraj Vaculik told press at the Pioneers Festival in Vienna this week.

AeroMobil 3.0

At the moment, the flying car is being tested in real flight conditions.

It is a prototype product that was manufactured in only 10 months. The size of AeroMobile 3.0 is that of a limousine.

How does it run? It does on "standard gasoline and can be fuelled at regular gas stations", AFP Relax said.

"I believe that AeroMobil will inspire new ways of thinking about personal travel", CEO Juraj Vaculik said.

"It may really enable new ways of travel, advancing it to a new level. We are set to reinvent the flying car without constraints and deliver excitement through unique technical solution and design.", Vaculik added.

The thought of inventing AeroMobil started in 1989. It was the year when Stefan Klein, a German physicist started to work on designing a flying car.

Watch: Flying car AeroMobil 3.0 in action video:

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