World Premiere: The New Prototype Of The Flying Car AeroMobil Lands At The Pioneers Festival In Vienna

The “Flying Roadster” – AeroMobil 3.0 – will be unveiled in Vienna during the Pioneers Festival on 29th of October 2014.BU complete card - 2014 - final The new unique prototype is going to be physically displayed for the first time to a public audience, and combines the qualities of supercars and light sports aircrafts.

The Pioneers Festival at the Imperial Palace Vienna (Oct 29 – 30) has an international reputation as the place where future technologies and science meet entrepreneurship with over 2500 participating opinion leaders and over 600 attending high tech start-ups.

“At Pioneers we cannot imagine a single piece of technology that is a better representation of the future other than the flying car,” says Juergen Furian, Co-Founder of Pioneers.

“We want to make personal transportation exciting, more efficient and sustainable. With ever more cars on the roads and ever more crowded airports, travelling is no longer what it used to be,” says Stefan Klein, Co-Founder and CTO of AeroMobil.

“We are very excited about the world premiere of our new prototype. Having seen enthusiastic reactions of the global engineering and design community, we accelerated the prototyping process. A lot of effort went into our new creation that marks a whole new era in personal transportation,” says Juraj Vaculik, Co-Founder and CEO of AeroMobil.

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