Successfully tested flying car: it takes 3 minutes to "transform" between the two forms, flies continuously for 40 minutes, speed 190 km/h
AirCar, a vehicle product that is both a car and an airplane, is now very close to commercial production after testing this week's milestone.
AirCar, a vehicle product that is both a car and an airplane, is now very close to commercial production after testing this week's milestone. This vehicle flew 35 minutes from Nitra International Airport to Bratislava Airport on June 28, 2021.
This KleinVision company's patented product, AirCar, completed its 142nd successful landing at Bratislava Airport at 6:05AM. After landing, the driver only needs to push a button and the vehicle quickly transforms into a sports car in just 3 minutes. The driver this time is none other than AirCar inventor Professor Stefan Klein and company co-founder Anton Zajac. Thanks to the ability to fly, the time to complete the journey is cut in half.
The AirCar flying car, powered by a dynamic BMW engine that has 160 hp and runs on conventional petrol pump fuel. Under the supervision of the Civil Aviation Commission, AirCar has completed more than 40 hours of flight tests, including testing for 45-degree bends and stability in the air. AirCar Prototype 1 can fly up to 1000km at an altitude of 8200 ft and reach an average speed of 190km/h.
In addition, the AirCar Prototype 1 can carry 2 people with a total weight of about 200kg. But unlike the drone taxi prototypes, it can't take off and land vertically, requiring a runway.
Expectations are high in the nascent flying car market, which has long been heralded in popular culture as a foresight turning point in the future.
Flying cars are seen as a potential solution to the strain on existing transport infrastructure.
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