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Personal Air and Land Vehicle (52 pics)

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  • 9 Apr, 2012  |
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PAL-V (Personal Air and Land Vehicle) was created by a Netherlands company. It's sort of a private helicopter that can travel at a speed of 112 mph (180 km/h) and at a height of 3,400 ft (1,200 m) for over 310 miles (500 km).

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№1 Author: Greennauta_ (9 Apr 2012 03:30) Total user comments: 486


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kidding???? kidding???? 15
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№2 Author: Slugsie (9 Apr 2012 04:11) Total user comments: 1588


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Looks like I was wrong when I said a few days ago that that was the last we'll hear of this thing. THIS is the last we'll hear of it. Just like EVERY other flying car hybrid concept ever conceived.
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№3 Author: SheepsInn (9 Apr 2012 04:55) Total user comments: 931


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I think they are making a comeback. Well done this one 04
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№4 Author: olborer (9 Apr 2012 15:14) Total user comments: 265


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it's not a helicopter it's an autogyro, the main rotor is unpowered and acts as wings in conventional planes
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№5 Author: Lu (9 Apr 2012 16:16) Total user comments: 15125


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Like to have.
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№6 Author: kryptor (9 Apr 2012 23:35) Total user comments: 4840


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I like this. Very cool. 04

I wish there was more info on the drive mechanism.
How does it send power to the wheels?
I don't see drive shafts or chains.
Is it hydrostatic? Gas/electric (hybrid)?

looking forward to more from this amazing vehicle
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№7 Author: adzhoe (21 Apr 2012 02:44) Total user comments: 15103


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olborer...i see no forward propulsion, how can it be an auto gyro?...It sure is an amazing vehicle though.
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