Futuristic flying car unveiled

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Futuristic flying car unveiled
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FUTURISTIC flying sports car unveiled for the first time

A sports car that can transform itself into an airplane in three minutes flew 1,500 feet in the air over Slovakia as part of a test flight on October 29 and the video of it is making the rounds of the internet.

The vehicle, named the AirCar, is the latest generation of a flying car that has been developed by Slovakian firm KleinVision.

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The two-seat model weights 2,425lb and can carry an additional load of 440lb per flight, the company said.

Powered by a BMW 1.6l engine, the car-plane has an effective power output of 140HP and the estimated travel range of AirCar is 621 miles.

According to the developers, the car is suitable for self-driven journeys or as a commercial taxi service.


“The fifth-generation flying car designed by Professor Stefan Klein completed two 1500′ AGL flights at Piestany airport in Slovakia this week. The model safely achieved two full airport patterns, including two takeoffs and landings,” an official release said.

No price details have been revealed for the vehicle yet.

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