Buy This Flying Car In 2017

Posted: Mar 17 2015, 6:53am CDT | by , Updated: Mar 17 2015, 7:00am CDT, in News | Technology News


Buy This Flying Car in 2017
  • AeroMobil Flying Car to be Ready within Two Years

AeroMobil will have its flying car ready within two years’ time. An autonomous edition will come out soon afterwards too.

AeroMobil has been in business since the past half a decade or so. And it has always dreamt big especially in terms of a flying vehicle. But the plan had to be a viable and feasible one too. The 3G prototype was put on display last October.

However, at the SXSW, its CEO divulged some important facts about what the company plans to do as regards its car that can literally take off into the air. The CEO and co-founder of the company originally came from Czechoslovakia where they couldn’t enjoy any freedom thanks to the repressive and draconian communist regime.

The result was that they got an early appreciation for what breathing freely and being free as a bird felt like. They yearned to have the same rights as the masses of the Free World.

Even now, the CEO sees the ordinary car drivers as a sorry lot that are restricted by traffic jams and borders. To fly off into the air and visit any land or region is a wish that is the dream of the heart indeed. It is his sincere desire to see everyone on a familiar basis with airspace. 

But there are many pitfalls along the way. While driving down the road is a cinch, actually flying a vehicle in the air is quite a complex task. Especially with everyone else also flying there in the air, it will take a lot of special care for the safety standards to remain intact.

If caution is not exercised these selfsame flying vehicles will probably be crashing into each other in the air. Already the search is on for such light materials that will keep these flying cars afloat in the air.

The government is taking a more than inordinate interest in the whole experiment and does not want any complications. AeroMobil has been bucked up a lot from the European Union. As for the landing infrastructure, the CEO claims that manicured grass lawns will do just as fine as tarmac.

The phenomenon will probably begin among the elite. But as everybody knows, what the elite is following today, the masses follow tomorrow. So it would be only a matter of time before everyone would benefit from this new direction that transport of the future is bound to take.

Sources: AeroMobil , Engadget

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