US Approves World’s First Fully Electric Flying Car

In a groundbreaking development that is set to redefine the future of transportation, the United States has granted approval for the world’s first fully electric flying car. This remarkable achievement marks a major milestone in the evolution of personal air travel. Get ready to soar through the skies in an eco-friendly and futuristic mode of transport!

The Era of Electric Flight Begins

Imagine a world where cars take flight, gliding effortlessly through the air with zero emissions. Well, that vision is now becoming a reality with the advent of the world’s first fully electric flying car. This cutting-edge innovation represents a significant leap forward in sustainable and efficient transportation.

All About Recent Flying Car

A massive 350,000 hours of ground-breaking engineering and design went into the flying car.

Flying Car

This extended amount of time and effort spent on the vehicle’s development exemplifies the team’s passion and commitment. Innumerable hours have been spent pushing the limits of engineering and design to produce a genuinely amazing and ground-breaking flying car. The AeroMobil has been rigorously tested to guarantee that it satisfies the highest requirements for functionality, performance, and safety. A cutting-edge vehicle that exemplifies the amazing breakthroughs being made in the field of personal air transport is the outcome of this extraordinary degree of engineering and design work.

The flying car is almost the same size as a typical automobile, measuring 6100 mm (20 ft) in length and 2200 mm (7 ft) in width. It likewise has a 6100 mm (20 ft) length but a bigger 8800 mm (30 ft) wingspan in terms of aerospace specifications.

Hybrid Propulsion of Flying Car

A hybrid propulsion system for the flying car combines an internal combustion engine with turbocharging to provide power. It produces 224 kW (300 horsepower) of power. Additionally, the car has an adaptable transmission that gives it the ability to drive directly while in flight as well as on the road. For best performance, it also incorporates a constant-speed propeller.

According to WLTP regulations, the flying car’s operating range is calculated to be approximately 1,000 kilometres (600 miles) of driving range. It can travel a distance of roughly 740 kilometers (460 miles) when flying.

The flying automobile is a high-performance vehicle with a top speed of 160 km/h (100 mph) and an acceleration time of 10 seconds from 0 to 100 km/h (0 to 62 mph). It is capable of cruising at 260 km/h (160 mph) when in flight. Its climb rate is 6.1 m/s (1200 feet per minute), and its takeoff and landing distances are 400 m (1300 ft) and 300 m (980 ft), respectively.

The ballistic recovery parachute system that covers the entire flying automobile is one of its safety features. Carbon fiber makes up the car’s construction, giving the occupants strength and security. Through the application of modern autopilot technology, it also provides the choice of autonomous flight.

The flying car’s ability to switch between drive and flight modes in less than three minutes is one of its primary characteristics. It has a vehicle suspension system and adaptive flight control surfaces to enhance takeoff and landing. The vehicle also features cutting-edge avionics and controls for both driving and flying modes. Based on CS 23 regulations, it satisfies the requirements for aeronautical certification.


Length6100 mm / 20 ft
Width2200 mm / 7 ft
Propulsion SystemHybrid
EngineTurbocharged Internal Combustion Engine
Power Output224 kW (300 bhp)
PropellerConstant Speed
Operating Range 
Driving Range (WLTP estimate)~1,000 km / ~600 miles
Flying Range~740 km / ~460 miles
Top Speed160 km/h
Acceleration (0-100 km/h / 0-62 mph)10 seconds
Cruise Speed260 km/h / 160 mph
Rate of Climb6.1 m/s / 1200 ft per minute
Take-off Distance400m / 1300 ft
Landing Distance300m / 980 ft
Ballistic Recovery Parachute SystemYes
StructureIntegral Carbon Fiber
Autonomous FlightOptional
Key Features 
Transformation TimeLess than 3 minutes
Flight Control Surfaces and SuspensionAdaptive
Controls and AvionicsAdvanced
Certification BasisCS 23
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