World’s first car that can fly and drive will be unveiled in Miami at a cost of $599,000- the first delivery is set for 2021. It’s called Pioneer Personal Air Landing Vehicle, or PAL-V.
As part of Art Week Miami, the 700-foot, 60-story Paramount World Center luxury condo tower under construction in downtown Miami will open its doors, and as part of that celebration, attendees will see the American debut of the world’s first commercially produced flying car.
The Pioneer Personal Air Landing Vehicle features rotor blades that allow it to fly like a helicopter, but they can fold in so the vehicle can drive on streets. It uses regular gasoline instead of aviation fuel, and 70 of the vehicles have already been ordered.
The vehicle will be able to land on the roof of the Paramount, which, among other amenities, will feature a SkyPort for landing such vehicles.
The flying cars can travel up to 110 mph on the road, 230 mph in the air, and reach a top altitude of 12,500 feet.
Fly And Drive Car
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