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AirCar came to fruition following more than 100,000 hours of work by a team of eight specialists that turned drawings of its design into 3D models, which subsequently went through wind tunnel testing. A two-seater prototype came next, and it was powered by a 15KW engine. A spokesperson for Klein Vision says that this initial life-size version of AirCar was powered by remote control.
Klein Vision’s founder Stefan Klein led the development team, and was also the test pilot for the final model that converts from a vehicle to a small plane. “AirCar certification opens the door for mass production of very efficient flying cars. It is official and the final confirmation of our ability to change mid-distance travel forever,” he said.
AirCar will be available globally for consumers to purchase within the next year, but Klein Vision’s spokesperson says that only licensed pilots will be eligible to actually fly it. The asking price of the innovation will range between $550,000 to $1.1 million, and will depend based on the features that the model has. “If you want a model with the latest GPS or the most current technology, for example, it will cost more,” the spokesperson says.
Pricey? Without a question, yes. But depending on who’s buying, the cost may be more than worth it. It is, after all, a flying car that we’re talking about.
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