The First Commercial Flying Car in The World!

Flying car manufacturer PAL-V officially began the sale of commercial models with Liberty Pioneer and LibertySport. The first commercial flying car in the world is now a reality.

With years of technical challenges, our team has succeeded in creating an innovative flying vehicle that meets current safety standards in the world, says Robert Dingemanse, CEO of PAL-V

Features of the first commercial flying car in the world

In 2009 and 2012, PAL-V started to design commercial products, which were 2017 launched, after successful testing programs for concept vehicles. PAL-V is approaching an exciting stage to meet customer orders first. Compared to other flying car manufacturers, PAL-V has managed to design, build a flying car with tested technologies and is fully compliant with current regulations.

The new model design has a different Italian feel thanks to collaborations with leading Italian design agencies. The PAL-V Liberty has a unique dual engine that further enhances safety. When driving, the lowered suspension and the sloping pit cockpit give the feeling of a sports car.


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