Okay, it’s coming up on the year 2020, so here’s a flying car … although I haven’t seen any on the roads or in the skies yet. Video demo below. It appears that the 3.0 version really worked. Pictured here is the 5.0 design and pre-orders are now being taken for the 4.0 flying car from AeroMobil.

… Many prototypes have been built since the first years of the twentieth century using a variety of flight technologies and some have true VTOL performance, but no flying car has yet reached production status. Their appearance is often predicted by futurologists, with their failure ever to reach production leading to the catchphrase, “Where’s my flying car?” …

via Wikipedia

You can sign up for the waiting list on one of these. The company AeroMobil is now taking pre-orders. Some press releases:

Thursday, July 18, 2019 — London based investor and advisor Omid Vaziri agrees a private investment into AeroMobil.

(Bratislava – July 2, 2019) – AeroMobil, one of the leading start-ups developing flying cars and personal aerial transportation technology platforms will exhibit the AeroMobil 4.0 vehicle in the FUTURE LAB pavilion at world renowned Goodwood

Tuesday, March 5, 2019 — AeroMobil, established in 2010 and one of the leading start-ups in the rapidly emerging space for flying cars and personal aerial transportation, has appointed Rothschild & Co. to advise and lead its Series A fund raising…

Thursday, December 20, 2018 — AeroMobil, the leading flying car designer, has taken the next step to achieving airworthiness approval for the aircraft manufacturing design of AeroMobil 4.0 by submitting its application for Type Certificate with the…

I’d like one, sure. You? How much do they cost? The 3.0 model looks a bit cramped. If it was between this an a Tesla Model S… hmm.

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