PAL-V Flying Car

For more than a century man has dreamed of the freedom provided by a flying car. The ultimate vehicle to go wherever and whenever you want to, easily overcoming all sorts of barriers. Now you can leave home and fly-drive to almost any destination! All you need is the PAL-V Flying Car. Avoid traffic jams and cross lakes, fjords, rivers or mountain ranges like an eagle. Land on the other side and drive in your own vehicle to your final destination. In uncontrolled airspace you are in full command of your own time and destiny. This is what the PAL-V ONE is all about: it combines within one vehicle the freedom and excitement of flying like a bird in the sky with the choice of driving with breathtaking performance on the roads and highways.

The launch of the PAL-V ONE marks a truly historic event: the birth of a new class of vehicles offering unprecedented freedom, adventure, flexibility and pleasure – all in one product!

The PAL-V ONE

The PAL-V Flying Car (Personal Air and Land Vehicle) is a compact double autogyro that can move. On public roads For the control is both a driver's license as an autogyro pilot's license required. [1]   The producer announced on April 2, 2012 announced that a series of successful test flights were completed. [2] [3]   In May 2014 the company announced that the device can be ordered from the end of that year, and from 2016 will be available in a limited edition of 45 pieces [4]. Available   The company is based in Raamsdonkveer and is officially called Pal-V Europe NV.   The executive team consists of Ir Robert Dingemanse MBA (CEO and co-founder) and Mike Stekelenburg Bsc (COO and chief engineer). The design was developed by Ir Chris Bell, alumnus of the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, TU Delft. Jacob Bart, the test pilot who made ​​the first flight. The PAL-V (Personal Air and Land Vehicle) is a compact double autogyro that can move. On public roads For the control is both a driver's license as an autogyro pilot's license required. [1]   The producer announced on April 2, 2012 announced that a series of successful test flights were completed. [2] [3]   In May 2014 the company announced that the device can be ordered from the end of that year, and from 2016 will be available in a limited edition of 45 pieces [4]. Available   The company is based in Raamsdonkveer and is officially called Pal-V Europe NV.   The executive team consists of Ir Robert Dingemanse MBA (CEO and co-founder) and Mike Stekelenburg Bsc (COO and chief engineer). The design was developed by Ir Chris Bell, alumnus of the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, TU Delft. Jacob Bart, the test pilot who made ​​the first flight.

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