We’ve come a long way in terms of transportation. As we see progress sprout as a means to combat difficulties, it’s understandable that the transition into a society heavily reliant on flying cars is still far ahead in our future but there are still some companies leading the industry. Thanks to PAL-V, flying cars can now be purchased for our everyday use (although most of our work parking lots have yet to be equipped with flying car landing pads). PAL-V has introduced this car as the PAL-V Liberty.
The flying car will feature a wheel in front with two rear wheels and can reach a maximum speed of 100 miles per hour. The Liberty can also reach heights of about 4,000 feet and has been certified, according to PAL-V. The only real problem we see, aside from the lack of landing pads, is that the PAL-V Liberty will sell at a starting price of $400,000 USD which is well out of the price range for the common-man’s car budget. With the price starting at $400,000, we wonder what PAL-V will charge for an oil change.
The Liberty can be expected to take flight in skies near you around summer time but if you’re thinking of buying one, don’t assume that a regular class-C license will suffice. Expect to go to flight school first.