Flying car officially allowed to fly over Europe

 Flying car officially cleared to fly over Europe

The Slovak company Klein Vision received an official certificate from the authorities of the country, allowing the AirCar to fly. What was considered a utopia until recently has become a reality – AirCar received official permission to fly. It should be noted that many auto brands, including large ones, deal with this topic.

But the Slovak firm Klein Vision was ahead of them. Interestingly, it took two years and only 2 million euros to develop the autolet – at least that's what the creators say, according to CarScoops..

AirCar made its first flight at the end of 2020 and has been systematically moving towards serial production since then. In parallel, work was underway to obtain permits. And now the flying car from Klein Vision has been issued a certificate of airworthiness by the Slovak Transport Authority. For this, the novelty took more than 70 hours of flight tests and these were not easy tests.

AirCar is equipped with a 160-horsepower BMW engine, which allows it to climb to a height of up to 2.5 kilometers and reach a speed of 190 km/h. An upgraded version of the model with a 300-horsepower engine, a maximum airspeed of 300 km/h and a range of about 1,000 kilometers on a single tank of gas is already being prepared.

efficient flying cars. This will fundamentally change the concept of medium-distance travel,” said company founder Stefan Klein, an inventor and test pilot. The dates for the start of sales and the cost of the Slovak flying car have not yet been announced.

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