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World’s 1st flying car sees green light in the US; can fly over traffic

The US government has given Alef Aeronautics legal approval for its flying car, which holds Special Airworthiness Certification from the FAA. The vehicle, which is totally electric and seats one or two passengers, is the world’s 1st flying car.

The US government has shown Alef Aeronautics’ flying vehicle the green light, providing the company legal clearance. Aero Law Center reports FAA Special Airworthiness Certification for the automaker. This is the world’s 1st flying car, as such a car has never been authorized in the US.

The flying automobile, which is situated in San Mateo, California, costs approximately $300,000. It can seat one or two people, is totally electric, and can fly over road accidents and halted traffic.

The company unveiled two working full-size technology demonstrator cars as well as a full-sized sports car in October 2022. In January, the firm reported that over 440 of their vehicles had been pre-ordered “from both individual and corporate consumers.”

According to insiders, the firm plans to begin providing flying autos to customers by the end of 2025.

CEO Jim Dukhovny says, “Alef is aiming to deliver the first real flying car in history, and to receive so many early pre-orders is an incredible validation of the market potential we’re looking to satisfy.”

The flying automobile is designed for “regular urban or rural roads,” according to its website. The automobile fits in standard garages and parking spaces.

The car can travel 25 mph on pavement. Alef’s website states, “the assumption is that, if a driver needs a faster route, a driver will use Alef’s flight capabilities.”

Alef Aeronautics has acquired legal approval from the United States government for their flying vehicle, which holds Special Airworthiness Certification from the Federal Aviation Administration. The vehicle is totally electric and seats one or two passengers.

The flying automobile is suitable for city or country roads and may be accommodated in a conventional garage and parking location. Because of its low-speed capabilities, it can fly at 25 mph on paved surfaces. This is the world’s 1st flying car, as such a car has never been authorized in the US.

Nitin Gohil
Nitin Gohil
A Mumbai-based tech professional with a passion for writing about his field: through his columns and blogs, he loves exploring and sharing insights on the latest trends, innovations, and challenges in technology, designing and integrating marketing communication strategies, client management, and analytics. His favourite quote is, "Let's dive into the fascinating world of tech together."

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