The sleek, new flying AeroMobil car gives you freedom to move. The concept of door-to-door travel is about to be completely transformed.

AeroMobil 3.0 is a prototype of a versatile vehicle that can be transformed from a car into a plane in a matter of seconds. As a car, it uses regular gasoline and fits into a standard parking space. As a plane, it can use any airport in the world, but has the added flexibility of being able to take off from and land on a grass strip or paved surface. The wings (which fold to the sides when the vehicle is being used as a car) have a variable angle of attack that significantly shortens take-off requirements. The plane can even land on relatively rough terrain.

The AeroMobil 3.0 was designed and built in Slovakia and is now in the flight testing phase. It has a flight range of 543 miles and an impressive top speed of 124 mph on the ground. The prototype contains features that are likely to be incorporated into the production models, including avionics equipment, autopilot and an advanced parachute deployment system.

At one time, flying cars were purely science fiction. But now, the team at AeroMobil is working hard to turn them into reality and a welcome sight for anyone who has ever been stuck in traffic, wishing for a better way to get where they’re going.

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Karen Brost is a Scottsdale, Arizona-based writer who has been covering travel, lifestyle and business topics for over 15 years. A former Midwesterner, she traded her snow shovel for sun screen and never looked back. Like most writers, she has an inquisitive mind and her work has taken her on such diverse adventures as hiking to an active volcano in Hawaii, exploring the wonders of Petra in Jordan, hot air ballooning over the Rio Grande, sailing on an America's Cup yacht and donning a chef's coat to flip eggs in the kitchen of a five-diamond resort. Karen is always on the lookout for interesting story ideas and one of the things she enjoys most as a writer is interviewing people who are passionate about what they do. Among her assignments as a contributing writer for Jetset Magazine, Karen covers luxury travel destinations and develops profiles of top level executives. For editorial consideration please contact editor@jetsetmag(dot)com.

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