Claiming to the world’s first carbon neutral flying car, the Parajet Skycar is a part of the Skycar Expedition team plan that aims to take the attention grabbing coupe from London to Timbouctou in 2009. Using a blend of voyage and dynamic to battle the tough Saharan terrain, it would be covering the 3000 miles of journey from London to Timbouctou. Powered by a biodiesel-adaptable Yamaha R1 1000cc motorcycle engine, the motor of Parajet Skycar runs through an incessantly changeable diffusion either to control the stern wheels or to turn a large rear-facing propeller via a girdle coerce. When in fly mode, the Parajet Skycar would be suspended by the most recent ram-air wing and competent of take-off from a field or airfield within 200 meters. Unlike other aircrafts, it would be easier and secured to fly over it as it requires no pitch control and hence is unfeasible to freeze or leap.
During a calamitous wing failure, car system failure or mid-air smash, you can take rescue in deploying a parachute. Its steel casing hulk, succeeding sculpts are anticipated to be developed using aluminum, which will be lighter and thus augment series, presentation and baggage aptitude. It offers a self-governing 4-wheel deferment and rear wheel drive. One pilot can fly along with a passenger and on road the car will hasten 0-100 kmph in 4.5 seconds, offering a top speed of 180 kmph varying in a range of 400 km. Once in the air, it features a take-off speed of 60 kmph, top speed of 110 kmph and a range of 300 km. Well, if you don’t know then the alteration from “road edition” to “fly edition” and visa-versa takes only three-minutes. The model is likely to cost only £35,000.