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See video of the multipurpose car which can also fly, from Aeromobile. This car is named as Aeromobile 2.5 flying prototype. This is like a dream come true, a car which can also fry, can change our world around. The video on this prototype is uploaded in YouTube and we have embedded that video in this article.
This car is of a front wheel drive one, its engine is fixed at the front itself. In the video you can see and feel that as the engine is at the front, the vehicle is showing a tendency to move front down. Its has a 3 bladed propeller at the rear which help the car to fly.
The developer of this prototype will definitely have a place in history for create a successful model of a flying car.
It has aeromobility wings which can be folded to the back while the car is on a high way.
Rotax 912 is the engine used in this car to power the propeller, its the same type of engine used in smaller aeroplanes. This is a four cylinder engine and can generate a power up to 100bhp and can has a top speed of 124 mph. This car can be parked in normal car parking’s itself and also can fill fuel from the normal petrol pumps. This car can fly up from any airports in the world as per the official web site

Aeromobile 25 flying car prototype HowMachineWorks.com



Engine Rotax 912
Wings collapsible
Top speed 200 km/h and more
Min. speed 60 km/h
Take-off speed 130 km/h
Range 700 km
Fuel consumption 15 l/h
Construction steel framework and carbon coating
steel framework
Dimensions width: 8200 mm length: 6000 mm
Empty weight 450 kg (992 lbs)
Capacity 2 persons

Engine Rotax 912
Top speed 160 km/h and more (100 mph and more)
Fuel consumption 7.5 l/100 km
Construction steel framework and carbon coating
Dimensions width: 1600 mm length: 6000 mm
Empty weight 450 kg (992 lbs)
Capacity 2 persons

Aeromobile 25 flying car prototype 1 HowMachineWorks.com

Credits to: http://www.aeromobil.com/

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