A Slovakia-based startup has tossed a shawl into a really nascent margin of drifting cars.
AeroMobil denounced a final, blurb pattern for a drifting automobile during a supercar uncover Top Marques Monaco on Thursday. But a automobile won’t come cheap; AeroMobil says it will cost between €1.2 million and €1.5 million ($1.3 million and $1.6 million), with deliveries commencement in 2020.
The exhibit comes during a time when several companies have voiced an seductiveness in building drifting cars, such as Uber and Zee.Aero, a sly association saved by Google co-founder Larry Page.
But distinct Uber and Zee.Aero, AeroMobil is launching a loyal drifting automobile that can both expostulate on a highway and strike a skies. Most companies are posterior VTOL (Vertical Take-Off Landing) aircrafts, which, like a name implies, concede a aircraft to take off plumb but wanting a runway, but aren’t meant to be driven.
Scroll down for a closer demeanour during AeroMobil’s drifting car: