PAL-V ONE "Flying Car" Hybrid Generation



PAL-V Europe NV has successfully conducted a test flight for named PAL-V (Personal Air and Land Vehicle). Presenting the PAL-V ONE Personal Air and Land Vehicle, a two seat hybrid car and gyroplane. Over the last two weeks of the PAL-V has been tested with several test flight at the airport Gilzew Rijen Netherlands.

These vehicles such as gyrocopter the lift generated by the auto-rotating rotor speed and forward motion generated by the propeller thrust that can be folded at the back of the car. Working on similar principles used in autogyros,the PALV has a single main rotor creating lift, and a smaller push-style rotor at the rear for thrust (which in turn creates lift). This means the PALV only requires a very short space for takeoff and landing. PAL-V offers the option to fly like a plane or driving a car like. Unlike jet fuel, aircraft fuel, PAL-V consumes conventional fuels as well as other vehicles will even be made version-ethanol and bio diesel.


In the air, it can reach speeds of up to 112 mph and fly at an altitude of 4,000 feet. Airborne guidance is provided by 'digital freeways' using GPS technology to provide directions and avoid collisions. and  On the road, the 3-wheeled PAL-V ONE can reach speeds up to 112 mph and go from 0 to 60 in about 8 seconds.

The PAL-V ONE is designed within current certification and regulations frameworks for a vast majority of countries, and no rules need to be changed to be granted use of this vehicle. Small, non-commercial airports are ideal as they offer uncontrolled Visual Flight Rules (VFR) traffic zones.

A flyer’s license and flight navigation skills are also obviously required unless you only intend to stay on the ground. But chances are nobody will want to pass the opportunity to soar over a traffic jam and show off to all the poor suckers trapped in it.



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