Aeromobil 3.0: Commuter’s Dream of Flying Car Arrives

The Aeromobil 3.0, a production-ready flying car was unveiled on October 29, 2014 at the Pioneers Festival in Vienna, Austria. Although, the car was first envisioned by designer Štefan Klein that dates back to 1990, this latest version was design and built in less than a year after the Aeromobil 2.5 prototype made its first flight.

The Aeromobil transforms car to plane by unfolding its wings from behind the cockpit. When collapsed the wings fit alongside a boom which houses the rear-mounted propeller shaft, and serves as the mounting point for the flying car’s tail.



Engine: Rotax 912
Wings: Extended
Top speed: 200 km/h and more (124 mph and more)
Min. speed: 60 km/h (37 mph)
Take-off speed: 130 km/h (81 mph)
Range: 700 km (435 miles)
Fuel consumption: 15 l/h
Construction: steel framework and carbon coating
Dimensions: width: 8320 mm (27-foot wingspan), length: 6000 mm
Capacity: 2 seats
Curb Weight: 992 lbs


Engine: Rotax 912
Wings: collapsed
Top speed: 160 km/h and more (99 mph and more)
Range: 875 km (545 miles)
Fuel Consumption: 8 l/100 km
Dimensions: width: 2240 mm, length: 6000 mm
Capacity: 2 seats
The Aeromobil should fit in a standard parking space and the Rotax 912 engine runs on 91 octane (premium gas).
Production version is expected for 2016. If you’re interested in buying a Aeromobil as a MetroActive member or subscriber contact us.

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