Flying Car: When the world’s first flying car took off, people said wow, see [VIDEO]
When the world’s first flying car took off  |  Photo Credits: YouTube
- The car took off between Nitra and Bratislava for 35 minutes on 28 June
- The flying car cruised at 170 kmph, which was 20 kmph less than the top speed
- At the end of the successful test flight, Professor Kaelin pressed a button that depressurized the car’s wings and went home from the car.
Is the flying car also in the vicinity of the bomb people now? The more interesting the question, the more wonderful the answer. When the car took off with the BMW engine, everyone present on the spot said, Wow. That flying car also flew from one city to another. The car took just two minutes and 15 seconds to convert to a flying car and the car also took off at an altitude of 8200 feet.
flying car took off
In February, the world’s first flying car was approved to fly by the Federal Aviation Authority. That car was capable of flying at an altitude of 10 thousand feet at a speed of 160 km. It’s a lightweight and roadworthy airplane that was being developed by Terrafugia since 2006. Now, another prototype flying car built by a professor made its first successful inter-city flight between two airports in Slovakia this week. Flew.
Flight between Nitra and Bratislona
According to reports, the car took a 35-minute flight between Nitra and Bratislava on June 28. It cruised at a top speed of 170 kmph, which is 20 km less than its top speed. Named the Aircar, it was created by Stephen Kellin, Professor of Keelin Vision. The car is powered by a BMW engine and can fly at an altitude of 8,200 feet. It takes only 2 minutes 15 seconds to convert it into an aircraft.
BMW engine used in flying car
According to Engadget, Professor Klein has now recorded 142 successful landing scenes in more than 40 hours of test flights in his flying car. Klein is now confident that his prototype is ready to move past the concept stage. As of now, the vehicle is a definite Equipped with a 160HP BMW engine with propeller and ballistic parachute. Klein plans to build a 300HP pre-production model that is likely to receive CS-23 aircraft certification from European aviation regulators.
The Terrafugia is very different from the Transition Aircar. It has a 27-foot wingspan that folds down to a size that can easily fit inside a small garage. According to reports, the full air and road model of the vehicle is scheduled to be released in 2022. But after getting approval from the FAA, it can now be made available to pilots and flight schools. However, it may take another year for all the car parts to be fully legalized.
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