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An exciting addition to any yacht’s toy arsenal, the AeroMobil 3.0 could be used for an array of tasks including provisioning, both at sea and on shore, transportation and more.

The finalized prototype of the AeroMobil offers significant upgrades from the previous versions, AeroMobil 1.0 (conceived in 1990) to AreoMobil 2.5. Since October 2014, AeroMobil 3.0 has participated in a regular flight-testing program in real flight conditions.

The 3.0 version fits into a standard parking space, uses regular gasoline and can be used for door-to-door travel, as any other car. In airplane mode, AeroMobil can use any airport for takeoff and landing, but also can use grass strips or paved surfaces of just a few hundred meters.

The body, wings and wheels are all crafted from an advanced composite material. The AeroMobil 3.0 also features exceptional tech advancements, including variable angle attack wings to shorten takeoff requirements and a suspension system that enables takeoff and landing in rougher terrain.

Aeromobil 3.0 would be an exciting addition to any yacht’s toy chest.

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