The 2013 Aeromobil is a Sign The Jetsons Era is Upon Us
Oct 24, 2013 12:19
Stefan Klein debuted his Aeromobil prototype in the early 1990s. Klein returns with the latest edition of the Aeromobil now, this time with a sleek 6000mm long body, powerful Rotax 912 engine and a carbon coated, steel frame.
The Aeromobil is a two seater roadster. As a plane it takes off at 90mph and can fly over 124mph for up to 430 miles. Interested parties can head over to the website for more information, including how to purchase their very own. Jetsons soon?
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