Pal-V Puts Up The World’s Flying Car For Sale
Dutch firm Pal-V has put the world’s first flying car for sale. The car which made its debut in Switzerland at an international motor show by the Dutch firm can rise up to 11,000 feet in the air with about 350 miles air range.
The car also has a speed of 100 mph and 112 mph on the road and the sky respectively.
And if you thought you would be able to use some advanced technology or one button to get the car to move, you thought wrong. CNBC reports that you need to start it manually. However, Pal-V claims it only takes 10 minutes.
The car has two models. The Liberty Pioneer Edition model which is sold for 499,000 euros (N221,196,720) comes with “unique interior and exterior finishing” while the Liberty Sports Edition stands at 299,000 euros (N132,540,720). The non-refundable payment comes with the compulsory flying lessons.
There are terms and conditions to these: You need to have a pilot license and access to an airstrip.
You can pre-order yours now.