Vehicle that Flies in the Skysky vehicle
Probably the best and most flexible logistic system on the whole screen. You' re going to be difficult to find a Trophies van, ATV or UTV in the worid that can succeed wherever sky runner can go.
Conquering sands, mud, snows, asphalt, sky runners are designed to withstand the forces of gravitation; for the summits, streams, lakes, gorges, forests and rocks that stand in your way. SkypeRunner makes flight more approachable, easier, more secure, more affordably and makes fun! No matter if you jump the Baja dune, capriciously take a beloved person to a near privately owned islet, reach the remote mountain sea to take your son/daughter along with you on a trip, or just go to a friend's home, a plane can take you almost anywhere (light sports flyers can do 98% of US airspace).
Heavens! They' re flying cars!
The Jetsons " or "Back to the Future" when I thought fly in' automobiles were cute. This fact simply cannot be circumvented. To have a vehicle that could change from being on the floor to being in the sky would be an astonishing way to fly. From a logistical point of view, there are issues of aviation and the regulation of airborne vehicles.
Where and how can you end up? On the occasion of the Geneva Motor Show last months, two different businesses showed us how they want to turn the imagination of car flight into real life. Personal Air and Country Vehicle (Pal-V) Liberty Vehicle is a take-off and landing plane as well as a wheeled ground vehicle and offers the best of both worlds. Air and ground vehicle (Pal-V) Liberty Vehicle is a take-off and landing plane as well as a wheeled ground vehicle and offers the best of both worlds. 2.
Liberty Personal Air and Land Vehicle (Pal-V) has two seating positions, retractable rotor blade and is propelled by a petrol driven motor. This vehicle has a twin-engine powertrain built on two fully Rotax certificated aircraft engines. Pal-V Liberty is EASA in Europe and FAA in the USA and requires a pilot's licence to operate the vehicle.
Along the surface, the airspeed ranges from 50 kilometres per hour to 160 kilometres per hour. 3. Maximum velocity is just under nine seconds. This 100 hp motor has a 7.61/100 km consumption with a reach of 1315 km (817 miles).
The gyrocopter system is used in air travel to ensure a steady ride and a secure touchdown in the event of a blackout. Driving without an electric motor can take place at a driving rate of 30 kilometres per hour. 3. An aeroplane needs a run-out area of 90 to 200 metres by 20 metres (100 to 650 feet by 60 feet) for take-off and landings.
Maximum airspeed is 180 kilometres per hour or 112 mph, with a cruising distance of 400 to 500 kilometres (249 to 311 miles) according to aircraft type. Inside, the Pal-V Liberty features a hybride look of aircraft control and vehicle handlebar. The vehicle is conceived as an independent electrical vehicle with common transport services and the possibility of horizontal take-off.
At the Geneva Motor Show, the force of a moving vehicle with independent modes of operation could also be seen. Now with self-propelled street transport equipment that can fly vertical like a chopper. It is a two-seater co-driver with a 60 kW (80 hp) electrical sleigh for independent floor use.
It has a top cruising rate of 100 km/h (62 mph) and a 15 kW capacity charger with a 130 km (81 miles) operating distance. Most of the bodywork of the vehicle is mounted on carriages, which allow floor transport. For flying, the cars are connected to a common net, in which a customer can order the additional one.
Aerial modulus can travel 50 kilometres (31 miles) per cargo. With a 70 kW per hour engine, it is fitted with eight electrical engines and a maximum driving rate of 540 kilometres per hour or 336 mph. Audi has the task, with the help of Volkswagen Italdesign, of integrating its independent vehicle and vehicle competence into the overall vehicle concept and optimising the cabins.
Inside there is a 49 inch touch screen that integrates eyetracking, voice and face detection. And Audi contributes its competence in autonomy and styling to produce a classy and future-oriented interiors. "The vehicle was not designed for sale to individual persons, but as a common means of transport," said Mark Cousin, Airbus Exhibition Director.