Dutch company PAL-V recently opened a showroom dedicated to displaying flying cars in Munich, Germany, displaying the flying car PAL-V Liberty. DE regional sales manager Richard Crombach said that the showroom is now open to the public, marking a “major leap towards a new transportation era” and making future transportation more accessible to the public.
It is learned from the official website that the exhibition hall will provide a platform for potential buyers, investors and enthusiasts to see with their own eyes the craftsmanship and technology behind the PAL-V flying car.
The PAL-V Liberty adopts a three-wheel design and can transform into a rotorcraft when the propellers and tail rotors are released when taking off. It is reported that the entire transformation process of the car takes about 10 minutes. Its land driving speed can reach up to 160km/h, and its flight speed can reach 180km/h. In land driving mode, the maximum endurance is 1,315km, and in flight mode, the maximum endurance is 500km.
Image source PAL-V official website
Revealed in 2017, the PAL-V Liberty received road homologation in 2020, with first deliveries expected in 2024.