Is That A Car, A Plane, Or Both?

This is the new flying car prototype AeroMobil 3.0. Yes, you read it right, a flying car. It is now being tested in real flight conditions since October 2014 and everything indicates it works perfectly. So pretty soon, no more traffic jams, well at least on the streets 😉  Would you like to own one?

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30 Responses to Is That A Car, A Plane, Or Both?

  1. Barbara says:

    Just what I need now that I moved back to Anderson!

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  2. Great now we will have a bunch of drunks flying around

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  3. Terry Ashton says:

    It looks fantastic. and Australia is an ideal country to haveone ., who would’nt want to own one. but how restricted is the price?

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  4. Isa says:

    Well its finally here after 30 years of talking about it. BUT we need a flying car that can go over traffic to bring us to work and everywhere. When is that flying car coming out.

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  5. Willem R. Ennik says:

    Biggest Problem with a compromise is; it doesn’t make a very good car, nor a very good airplane.

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  6. 鄒輝明 says:

    令人激賞與敬佩

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  7. David says:

    Pretty cool
    like to have one

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  8. TANIA says:

    WANT TO HAVE ONE, GREAT WORK

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  9. Eric Vaughn says:

    I am for everyone else getting one….so they will ly the heck out of my way so I can get to where I am going faster….less ground traffic is always better!!!

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  10. Debi says:

    so now I need a pilots license too?? Now instead of rear ending someone and stopping…you can rear end and start dropping!! Does it come with airbags and parachutes?

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  11. Sherry Rose says:

    Love it. How many hours flight training required?? Just checking.

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  12. tymock says:

    We’ve seen worse, guys. Respect innovation. In its our right……

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  13. Monica says:

    Air Raffic control nightmare! What a stupid waste of time and resources!!!

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  14. fred says:

    i got to have one,how much for the new toy

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  15. Georgia Ellwood says:

    It cool

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  16. R J Smith says:

    Have seen a similar concept; however, it was combined as auto and helicopter.

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  17. I believe it would be interesting to give all of these guys one… 😀

    http://lordsofthedrinks.com/2013/05/02/the-mysterious-bac-scores/

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  18. Tammy Robson says:

    Absolutely amazing. I would love to show this of on the streets.

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  19. Elesia woods says:

    It’s an amazing prize, well do to the designers and all who made it possible, I tip my hat off to u guys

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  20. Chula says:

    genial!!

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  21. Andrew says:

    As amazing at it is, both engineering and technological, I would safely bet it’s doomed to fail as an alternative to driving. In the 1930s they predicted that by 1950, everyone would have a helicopter instead of an automobile. But, helicopters proved to be too expensive, let alone pricy to maintain even on the ground. Also, there wasn’t any safe way to land in a emergency. So the vehicle even today is the primary movement of the world. I would guess this will go the same route. It’s going to be too expensive for more than the 15% richest people in the world. Not only that, it takes so much just to constantly maintain it while on the ground. A helicopter takes thousands of hours of maintenance before ever leaving the ground (preventative maintenance). These just won’t catch on. (I’m hoping I’m wrong because this would be an amazing leap forward in technology)

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  22. Mitch Carson says:

    Kudos to the innovation. This will have a limited market penetration, but I am sure that it was anticipated in the planning stages. James Bond has arrived in the 21st Century. I knew he was still alive and kicking.

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  23. Chuck A says:

    a 40 foot motor home in the air. sign me up.lol

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  24. Reblogged this on ABsVoice and commented:
    Beautiful invention. Very convenient if comes for commercial use.

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