Innovative flying car prototype AeroMobil  displayed in Brussels during July

Innovative flying car prototype AeroMobil displayed in Brussels during July

AeroMobil prototype will be displayed in Brussels as a part of the Slovak visual presentation during the Slovak presidency of the Council of the EU from July 7th until August 1st in the Justus Lipsius building.​

AeroMobil 3.0 is the latest physical prototype of the integrated flying and road vehicle unveiled and tested in 2014 and 2015. The company behind the project based in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, is currently researching and developing several new experimental prototypes with the support of the Slovak government research and development grant scheme. AeroMobil team plans to present new iterations and developments to AeroMobil this year which will include new advanced functionalities of the vehicle and its design improvements.

Juraj Vaculik, co-founder and CEO of AeroMobil said: “Our company has a robust and detailed project timing which should enable us to commercialise AeroMobil in 2017. The current two-seater flying roadster will be our first product in series of innovative vehicles. It is planned that the technologies and innovations that form the basis of the AeroMobil flying roadster will support a family of products in future, allowing the move into high volumes of production.

AeroMobil is one of the shining examples of innovative technology from Slovak Republic, which as a country has a long-term heritage in engineering and manufacturing. It represents enormous creativity, invention and represents a project that already draws international attention and connects engineers across the EU. Potentially it could lead to creating a new European industry which will be built on the already strong network of automotive and aviation suppliers.” – said Miroslav Lajčák, Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic at the opening of Slovak visual presentation.

The concept of AeroMobil was originally brought to life in 1989 by Slovak designer Štefan Klein. After years of mock-ups and test models, Klein’s 20 twenty-year dream lead to the partnership between himself and entrepreneur, Juraj Vaculík, which led to establishment of the company in 2010. Together, they have seen the AeroMobil vision come to life from its humble beginnings through the carefully crafted 3.0 prototype. This year, the AeroMobil international team continues to refine the design, in addition to an upcoming new prototype, through continued analysis, design, and tests. Part of the innovative success behind the AeroMobil’s strategy has been the inclusion of many European experts from automotive and aerospace industries into the team to bring the project to the advanced stage.

The team of AeroMobil engineers believes that the category of vehicles which is often referred as a flying car or a personal aerial vehicle will be a natural extension to the set of cars, airplanes and helicopters we use today. The level of technology available - carbon fibre, lightweight materials or power density of the new engines - allows to design and develop an entirely new type of vehicle. 

The first AeroMobil vehicle will be certified separately as a car and airplane, but from the long-term development perspective, the company will benefit greatly with a new category of vehicle, which is already in preparation. 

In the future, there are many possibilities of AeroMobil’s use - regular or super-commuters, passengers on medium distances, island hoppers, first response services, law enforcement and regions with poor road infrastructures.


AeroMobil 3.0 will be displayed inside the Justus Lipsius building during the workdays from 7.7. to 1.8.2016. If you are interested in the official pictures, video or guided overview of the vehicle please contact

About AeroMobil

AeroMobil is a leader in mobility in three dimensions with a vision to liberate personal mobility from the ground and into the skies. AeroMobil develops the most flexible, capable and efficient range of personal aerial vehicles (PAVs) designed for door to door travel in intra and inter-urban environments, reducing congestion and emissions while increasing proximity and convenience for citizens, cities and society. 

AeroMobil is pioneering the development and commercialisation of flying cars, developing cutting edge technology to produce a range of vehicles for short take-off and landing (STOL) and vertical take-off and landing (VTOL). This includes electric propulsion systems, battery technology and control systems for piloted and autonomous flight for transportation on the ground and in the air to support short and longe range personal air travel with eVTOLs. 

AeroMobil adopts an iterative approach to the development of personal air transportation in line with technology readiness, legislation and market acceptance. We believe the future offers unbounded opportunity for air mobility at scale but requires a pragmatic and considered approach to ensure technology and solutions implemented are safe, reliable and effective through partnership and collaboration with regulators, governments and cities to realise the benefits of all. 

The first flying car from AeroMobil provides increased flexibility and versatility for the customer as it combines the best of automotive and aerospace technology into one vehicle while respecting the limits of current technology and the regulatory environment. It is the first step in our journey towards air Mobility-as-a-service (aMaaS) which will make personal transportation vastly more efficient and environmentally friendly by allowing significantly faster door-to-door travel over short and medium distances, and in areas with limited road or public transport infrastructure.

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