Video: AeroMobil 3.0 Fly Car Begins Testing

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Written by: Phil Derner Jr.
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The prototype for AeroMobil 3.0, a Slovakian-built, fancy flying car, has been running test flights as of this month. One interesting feature is its ability to operate off of unpaved runways such as grass strips and gravel.

The following video was released by them, which shows its transition from car to plane, then zipping around the skies, taking off and landing on a grass runway.

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  • The concept is interesting. But the question remains … will people buy it?

  • Gina Talbot

    I imagined the first flying car differently. Not it turning into an airplane. I also don’t think the design is flattering. But, look at how far cars have come from its first design right?