AirCar will be available globally for consumers to purchase within the next year, but Klein Vision's spokesperson says that only licensed pilots will be eligible to actually fly it. The asking price of the innovation will range between $550,000 to $1.1 million, and will depend based on the features that the model has.
According to Motor Trend, that means owning a flying car will cost more than $740,000 up-front. This is a rough estimate since American prices for licensing, insurance, storage, and fuel would be different from the ones listed. But the costs of ownership still won't be cheap.
You can now buy a flying car for $92,000 — and you don't need a pilot's license to operate it. On October 21, Sweden's Jetson Aero launched the Jetson One, a single-seat flying car with 20-minute flight times and a top speed of about 63 mph.
What is the Cost for a Flying Car? The flying car price should be fairly competitive with many high tech, luxury vehicles on its release date. AeroMobil has their model set to be released in 2020 with a price tag of $1.2 million to $1.6 million.
"They lack the infrastructure, the technology, and the regulations—those are three huge hurdles. The point-to-point approach only works if you have a place to land, and right now there aren't many. Even most downtown helipads aren't where you want to go. But almost every city has an airport; many have several.
They can travel shorter distances to make the same journey Staying on the theme of lower emissions and greater efficiency. Flying cars can take a much more direct route from point A to point B. This means less fuel is required and the journey times are much quicker as a result when compared to a journey on land.