Up, Up and away: The AeroMobil 3 has a top speed of 124mph when it is airborne and can accommodate two passengers
The company claims the vehicle can be parked in a standard parking space and can be driven on normal roads
The vehicle has a maximum speed of 100mph when driven as a car, but in airplane mode can soar through the skies at 124mph.
The prototype is part of an ongoing project by the AeroMobil Team led by co-founders Stefan Klein and Jurak Vaculik, who are based in Bratislava, in Slokavia.
Roadworthy: The vehicle can be driven on normal roads as well as being flown as a two-seater airplane, as it is able take off and land at any airport, 'opening the door to real door-to-door travel' according to the Slovakian company
Tatiana Veber, AeroMobil spokesman said: 'We have been developing the concept of a flying car since 1990.
'Our first model looked quite bizarre and it would have problems in the regular use.
'That was a signal to improve the concept of the flying car in a way to become an integral part of the regular road traffic.
'We got a positive feedback from several experts in avionics, which appreciated design and the technical solution of the process of transformation.
The vehicle, which weighs 450kg, has a take-off speed of 90mph and a range of 430 miles as an airplane
The flying car is powered by a large propeller at its rear. The company has been working on the concept to try and develop a vehicle that could become an 'integral part' of the regular ways that people travel
AEROMOBIL 2.5 SPECIFICATIONS
Top speed: 124mph as a plane and 100mph as a car
Take-off speed: 90mph
Engine: Rotax 912
Construction: steel framework and carbon coating
Dimensions: The car measures 6m long, 1.6m wide as a car and 8.2m wide as a plane
'The car is constructed to be fuelled at regular gas stations using the fuel for Rotax 912 ULS engine.'
The company claims the vehicle can be parked in a standard parking space and can be driven on normal roads.