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The flying car from the Netherlands in August to get on the road

The flying car from Dutch company PAL-V is going next month, for the first time on public roads. It is in Raamsdonkveer-based company is taking a new step in th

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The flying car from the Netherlands in August to get on the road

The flying car from Dutch company PAL-V is going next month, for the first time on public roads. It is in Raamsdonkveer-based company is taking a new step in the direction of the long-awaited shipment of the first production models.

The PAL-V, a so-called flying car goes down in August, the latest survey of the National Road, and the vehicle in the road. That said, commercial director, Marco van den Bosch last Friday, against his thigh.

In this way, the market in 2017 was officially presented to the V is just a step closer to a reality. That was originally scheduled for 2019, but, because of all the red tape that has the appropriate certification with them, are delayed until 2021.

"We got us a little lost in the volume of instances which you will have to deal with, which are also independent of each other", says chief commercial officer, Marco van den Bosch, at NU.nl. "There were no procedures for the vehicle, the PAL-V, which we have used in some cases, you must write it."

in the Meantime, the folds are smoothed out, and the PAL-V, as well as the way to around the middle of next year, in the form of production is also in the sky to choose from. In 2012, for the first time to fly, as a model.

Next month, the PAL-V is the way to be able to. (Photo: PAL-V).

a Relatively large number of Dutch clients,
Two years ago, NU.nl with ceo Robert Dingemanse, who was uitweidde about the chances of a V-set on the Dutch market, as our country is densely populated and has relatively few airports, you know.

"well, There are a number of places in the Netherlands, where our clients are local councils, in order to be outside the built-up area is an area to the point where the PAL-V owners will be able to make it so that no one suffers from it".

The PAL-V has a 180-meter is required for a rolling start, and the total opstijgafstand to 330 meters.

According to the company, there are now over one hundred copies of the PAL-V is to be sold, of which forty are in the Netherlands. The PAL-V, the Liberty Sport Edition-it costs 299.000 euros and are exclusive of taxes. In the first of a series of ninety instances where the production of the start of the so-called Pioneer Edition, cost of 499.000 euros.

, the Flying car is ready for the roads is Not a helicopter

just get in and fly away, you do not, of course, just like that. Therefore, the PAL-V one's own FlyDrive Academy, in which, by means of a six-day training, your pilot's license, the vehicle can achieve. This week began with the training of the staff.

In contrast to the look of the PAL-V says, you are still not a pilot. The PAL-V is using the so-called autogiroprincipe. In addition, the rotor is not powered, but it is in motion by the passing air. A propeller at the back that brings the PAL-V is on the move, and the rotor in front of the lift (lifting force) is taking care of.

On the road, the PAL-V has a top speed of 160 kilometers per hour in the air, a 180-mile-per-hour. In order to have the maximum range of 500 kilometers, it is recommended that the 140-mile-per-hour of flight. The PAL-V can reach to a maximum elevation of about 3,500 feet.

The Dutch flying car have a common interior space. (Photo: PAL-V).

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