A flying car, the Aeromobil 2.5 made its first test flight in October 2013, a culmination of more than two decades of development. Aeromobil co-founder and chief designer Štefan Klein started with the 1.0 in 1990, and hoped to begin selling the 3.0 production model.
The Aeromobil wings fold behind the cabin, along a boom that houses the propellor shaft.
The rear-mounted propeller is driven by a Rotax 912 aircraft engine. In the air, the Aeromobil will reach a top speed of 124 mph. That top speed drops to around 100 mph when the wheels are on the ground.
The chassis / fuselage is composed of a steel frame with carbon fiber bodywork. Aeromobil says its creation weighs 992 pounds empty.
Maximum flying range is 430 miles, or 310 miles in driving mode.