A Slovakia-based startup has tossed its shawl into the very nascent margin of drifting cars.
AeroMobil denounced the final, blurb pattern for its drifting automobile at the supercar show Top Marques Monaco on Thursday. But the 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 at a time when several companies have voiced an seductiveness in building drifting cars, such as Uber and Zee.Aero, a secretive company saved by Google co-founder Larry Page.
But distinct Uber and Zee.Aero, AeroMobil is launching a loyal drifting automobile that can both drive on the highway and hit the skies. Most companies are posterior VTOL (Vertical Take-Off Landing) aircrafts, which, like the name implies, concede the aircraft to take off plumb but wanting a runway, but aren’t meant to be driven.
Scroll down for a closer demeanour at AeroMobil’s drifting car: