Aeromobil 5.0 VTOL Flying car
Aeromobil is an engineering company which focuses on the activity of designing roadable aircraft since 2013. Earlier, the company showed Aeromobil 3.0 to the public for the first time. The older versions are mostly for the developmental purposes. The company is constantly focussing on the 'flying car' concept. The unveiling of Aeromobil 5.0 VTOL concept flying car is the step forward. And, it looks like the company is not looking back to make the flying car a reality.
Besides, the Aeromobil 5.0 VTOL concept is a door to door flying car solution. The all-weather flying car can smoothly switch between the flying and driving modes. The car can cover longer distances up to 700kms. So, it’s simply a personal air and ground transportation solution.
Aeromobil 5.0 VTOL concept easy air commute:
The important advantage of Aeromobil 5.0 is that it doesn’t need a dedicated landing pod. So, the flying car can simply use existing road infrastructure and seamlessly switch to fly. The range of the Aeromobil 5.0 VTOL is more than sufficient for the inter-city journeys.
The company is expecting to launch the Aeromobil 4.0 in early 2020 around the world. The 5.0 variant will require almost 7-10 years for becoming a reality. The regulatory approvals and infrastructure development are the biggest hurdles for such private air transportation solution.
The Aeromobil 5.0 incorporates all features from previous versions. In addition, it will be a first flying car with airbags. The frontal crash structure and parachute are few other important features. Even for traveling on the road, the designers could achieve the shape of a normal car as much as possible. So much so that you can’t easily make out the difference between a normal car and this flying car.
Features of Aeromobil 5.0 VTOL
The flying taxi is fully electric and has a seating capacity of four. The vertical take-off with lift assistance motors on the wings provides smooth and safe flight performance. The new and improved adaptive wings are designed to maximize the electric range with minimal aerodynamic drag.