Flying car PAL-V, Dutch Car-maker to be built in Gujarat, MoU inked with Dutch firm
The flying car, the car which is waiting eagerly will be manufactured in Gujarat. Netherlands-based Flying car-maker PAL-V has tied up with the Gujarat government to set up a plant to make flying cars. PAL-V stands for Personal Air-Land Vehicle.
A Memorandum of Understanding was signed in the presence of Vijay Rupani, Chief Minister of Gujarat, Carlo Maasbommel, vice president of PAL-V’s international business development and state Industries Principal Secretary MK Das.
The Gujarat Government would support the Dutch car-maker in getting all necessary approvals from the Centre for the plant in Gujarat.
The vice president of the company, Carlo Maasbommel said that Gujarat has ease of doing business, world-class infrastructure, better port, and logistics facilities. That is why the company chose Gujarat for business. According to the agreement, the company will start commercial production of flying cars from 2021.
Flying car-maker PAL-V, a car manufacturing company that is involved in the development of the flying car of the Netherland will set up a manufacturing plant in Gujarat and has set a target of commencing production by 2021. The company is going to set up the first plant in the country.
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Carlo Maasbommel also said that the company has received an export order of 110 cars. According to the company, cars made in Gujarat will be exported to the US and European countries. This car can fly at a speed of 180 kilometers per hour in the sky and can run at a maximum speed of 160 kilometers per hour on the ground with 2 engines.
The car is ready for flight in just 3 minutes and can fuel up to 500 km once. The PAL-V is a vehicle that can be used on the lines of both cars and airplanes. Flying cars can go to an altitude of 3,500 meters above sea level.
PAL-V Flying Car Price
The Liberty Edition of Flying car PAL-V comes with a price of Rs 4.18 crore, similar to the new age Rolls Royce cars in India. There are more affordable options like the Liberty Sport edition at Rs 2.52 crores and a Liberty Pioneer priced at Rs 3.78 crore.