Dubai’s Aviterra Orders Over 100 Flying Cars

Aviterra, a Dubai-based firm, has signed a purchase deal with PAL-V for more than 100 Liberty flying cars. The acquired vehicles will be deployed across the Middle East and Africa. Also, Aviterra has announced an investment in PAL-V alongside inking a partnership for the Middle East and Africa.

Liberty can take the road like a conventional car or, by utilising Aviterra’s services, can take off like an aircraft from a very short runway. The flying car in question has a seating capacity of two and has space for 80 litres of stuff. In drive mode, it can hit 100kmph from a standstill in less than 9 seconds and clock 160kmph at full stretch. The range is 1,315km.

In flying mode, which takes about five minutes to get ready, Liberty needs a 180m take-off roll. Its 200hp powerplant can help reach up to 180kmph and a maximum altitude of 11,000 ft. The maximum range is between 400-500km, with a maximum flying time of 4.3 hours.

PAL-V is establishing regional offices globally to propel its flying car business. These will also be hubs for sales, maintenance, flight training and assembly locations.

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