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The PAL-V 2 seat flying car is available for purchase in North America. It is the first flying car to conform to aviation regulations and road regulations and looks stylish compared to many of it's competitors.

The first 50 airframes will have a luxury limited edition interior designed by a leading Italian luxury sports car manufacturer.

To reserve your new vehicle, visit Pal V North America - Welcome

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If you are trying to sell something, why make the website password protected?
 

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I thought the Moller Sky Car was the first.
 

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I thought the Moller Sky Car was the first.
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It kinda looks like a backwards T-Rex (motorcycle) with helicopter rotors.

The Moller looks much more like a flying car
 

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Looks dangerous and cramped. For $500k, I would rather just buy a normal car and an a Cirrus SR22 or a Cessna 206 or 182T
Right? Checking Zillow in my area I'd rather pick up this 3500 sq.ft. bomb of a house and pick up a used M3 for less than that ugly thing that most certainly will kill you.




so it's a heli, not a plane?
It looks like a gyrocopter. Very simple design that works in theory similar to a powered paraglider. The forward momentum the rear motor provides pushes the thing through the air, turns the free spinning rotors creating lift.
Just like this


Gyrocopters can be simple to design


But have been known to crash.



Luckily they can be made on a completely controllable smaller scale for about $20!



So save yourself $500,000 and go pick up some blue board. Thats basically what I'm getting at here.
 
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