The PAL-V Liberty is touted as the “world’s first commercially available flying car,” and it has made its official debut at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. Priced from $399K ($599K for Pioneer model), this two-seater features a tricycle-inspired gyrocopter design and a roof-mounted rotor that unfolds at the push of a button, while power comes from dual engines – one for the road and one for flying. It’s currently certified to fly under the rules of both the EASA in Europe and the FAA in the US. One caveat: a pilot’s license is required to fly the PAL-V Liberty, which means take off / landing must be at an airfield or airstrip. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
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“It converts from flying to driving mode and vice versa in between five to 10 minutes, however, so as long as you have the room it won�t take you long to go between modes. The company hopes to e able to begin handing over keys to its first pre-order customers in 2019, once all its certifications are complete,” reports Tech Crunch.