This high-tech car could be flying off the showroom floor by 2017.
At SXSW on Sunday, AeroMobil CEO Juraj Vaculik unveiled plans for a flying car for the “wealthy supercar buyer” that will likely cost a couple of hundred thousand euros, The Verge reports.
“We need another revolution, we need a revolution in personal transportation,” Vaculik said.
According to AeroMobil’s YouTube page, the above video shows a prototype that is “very close to the final product,” which will come equipped with autopilot and parachute deployment systems.
Vaculik says he anticipates the car will be available by 2017.
Uber partnership TBD.
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