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The developers are confident that AM NEXT will start serving passengers at distances up to 800 km as early as 2027. This will allow customers. save significant time. AeroMobil says the AM NEXT design is capable of switching between modes in less than three minutes. That is, already 3 minutes after driving on the motorway, it will be possible to take to the air.
Passengers will be able to enjoy the “convenience and comfort in individual seats, work, relax, play or just look out the window.”< /p>
There are no details yet on the cost of flying taxis and the prices customers will have to pay.
AM NEXT is a continuation of the AeroMobil 4.0 flying car that was first unveiled at the Paris International Air Show held at the airport Paris–Le Bourget in June 2017.
The car was designed as a 2-seater luxury sedan that can reach a top speed of 360 km/h in flight and 160 km/h on the road.
AeroMobil 4.0 costs astronomical money — from 1.2 million to 1.5 million euros depending on the configuration, and the owner must have a pilot's license to use the vehicle in the air.
With its flying cars, AeroMobil hopes to make personal transport more efficient , offering a choice between road or air travel, helping to end traffic congestion.