The concept of the flying car has been in the news for years now and now finally a Dutch firm, Pal V is all set to unveil a production version of the flying car at the Geneva Motor Show. Called the Liberty, it will pack an internal combustion engine delivering 100bhp, which should be enough for a top speed of 160kmph on the road and 180kmph in the air. All the while, Pal V says the flying car will get a 455km range on the road and 496km in the air with a single occupant. The vehicle is designed to seat two, however.
Pal V has spent the past few years gearing up for production and putting its supply chain in place. The vehicle's final safety certification will take place immediately after the debut in Geneva, meaning production could start later this year, should all go to plan. Last year, Pal V said the first production units will be Liberty "Pioneer Editions". The company will limit production of the special models to 90 units and then begin to produce the regular Liberty Sport models.