collapsible aeromobil 3.0 flying car shortens take-off time
collapsible aeromobil 3.0 flying car shortens take-off time collapsible aeromobil 3.0 flying car shortens take-off time
oct 30, 2014

collapsible aeromobil 3.0 flying car shortens take-off time

collapsible aeromobil 3.0 flying car shortens take-off time
images courtesy of aeromobil




the fourth prototype of the flying car, the ‘aeromobil 3.0′ features a number of advanced technologies that shortens its take-off time. it transforms in seconds from an automobile to an airplane, and incorporates many improvements to the previous ‘2.5‘ model. this latest steel framework and carbon coated transformer was presented at the pioneers festival 2014, in vienna.


the 3.0 prototype being tested in real flight conditions
video courtesy of aeromobil




as a car, the ‘aeromobil 3.0’ is road legal, drives on regular gasoline and can fit into standard parking spaces. when morphed into a plane, it can take-off and land from airports, grass strips and paved surfaces by only needing a few hundred meter long runway. using a rotax 912 engine, it has a top speed of 124mph and can take-off when 90mph is reached. its range of 430 miles and fuel consumption of 15 liters per hour is achievable because of the composite materials construction. a regular flight-testing program has been conducted since october 2014 to continue the improvement and development of the ‘aeromobil’.

front view of the aeromobil 3.0 as a car




the side view


the flying car with its wings extended out




the vehicle seats 2 people


the aeromobile 3.0 interior



  • Fantastic.. the amount of detailing is what the person who could afford this would expect. AND. it looks very cool going down the road.


    jimCan says:
  • The new commute between Lake Norman and the Ashley River

    Friedemann Strasser says:
  • Beautiful presentation and music. Lovely machine. What a thrill.

    Ron Smith says:

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