Top Flying Cars
1. Mad Ludwig’s flying car
Unfortunately, this ingenious man King Ludwig II of Bavaria was declared insane 10 June, 1886 and was deposed. And now, after around 120 years after his death, scientists are saying that he was a one of the pioneers of flight. Now, aeronautical specialists have found hiss drawings of the flying peacock car out and re-established them on computer.
2. Aerocar International’s
Dubbed the Taylor Aerocar, the American roadable aircraft was built in 1949 by Moulton Taylor. The Aerocar III, which was the final model built by Taylor was colored red had had silver wings.
3. PAL-V: Personal Air and Land Vehicle
PAL-V Europe BV aims to build everybody’s dream in mobility, a full-fledged flying and full-fledged driving vehicle. Excerpt from the company’s page: Steer it like a car and it banks like a motorcycle. It sounds deceivingly simple. And it truly is. At the heart of the PAL-V lies the Dynamic Vehicle Control (DVC™) system which automatically adjusts the tilt angle of the cockpit to the speed and acceleration of the vehicle enabling a plane-like ’tilting before cornering’.
4. Moller M200X flying car
The M200X was invented by Moller back in the year 1989, which has now been taken to the air 200 times and can go as high as 50 feet.
5. Skycar M400
Moller‘s latest design The dream flying machine is one of its kind personal vertical take off and landing (VTOL) vehicle that can cruise at a maximum speed of 375 MPH at 13,200 ft. The asking price of a Skycar is estimated to be about $1 million, but we can hope it to get as low as $60,000 when it will be mass produced.