The first totally electric vehicle that can both fly and travel on roads to obtain US official permission has received certification for testing from the Federal Aviation Administration. The vehicle is what a California startup refers to as a “flying car.”
According to Alef Aeronautics, its flying vehicle, known as the “Model A,” is the first one that can be driven on public roads and parked similarly to a regular car. Additionally, it can take off and land vertically. It will reportedly feature a capacity for one or two passengers and a road range of 200 miles as well as a flying range of 110 miles.
The first delivery is scheduled by the end of 2025, and the business anticipates selling each vehicle for $300,000. According to the company’s website, the flying car will be certified as a “low speed vehicle,” meaning it won’t be allowed to travel more quickly than 25 mph on cemented roads. The company stated on the website that “the assumption is that, if a driver needs a faster route, a driver will use Alef’s flight capabilities.” However, it still requires permission from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration before it can be used on public roads.
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