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PALV.

PALV

The PALV concept vehicle looks interesting, in a Hell’s Angel meets James Bond kinda way. But do you really think that we’re going to see the skies littered with tiny gyros anytime soon? No, me neither. [Thanks Graeme]

‘What happens if you cross a gyrocopter with a car and a motorbike? The PALV. A personal air and land vehicle. A solution to increasing congestion in our cities, highways and skyways. On the ground, the slim line, aerodynamic 3-wheel vehicle is as comfortable as a luxury car. Airborne, the PALV flies under the 4,000 feet (1,500 m) floor of commercial air space. With land and air space reaching capacity, this is some of the last free space. The PALV is highly fuel-efficient and powered by an environmentally certified car engine. It runs on petrol like a conventional car and can reach speeds of up to 200 km/h both on land and in the air.’

Red – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


9 Comments

  • But think of the traffic jams at 2000 feet! :-)

  • WOW…….BRILLIANT!

  • I think I remember something like this on a cartoon called MASK when I was a kid.

    http://mask.running-gag.de/modules.php?name=Toyline&func=detail&sid=8&team=1&cid=1\

  • Whoa super cool. At last, we’ve arrived at Super Hero tech. :-)

  • But do you really think that were going to see the ground littered with tiny crashed gyros anytime soon? No, me neither.

  • OHHHHHH NOOOOOOO!

  • I love it~!!!!!

    looks so cool~

    want one for sure

  • Congratulations!

    I learn alot AND most importantly, it's FUN.

    It's the first and most frequent gadget site I frequent on a regular basis – highest praise indeed

    Thanks alot – your efforts are very much appreciated.

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