Pal-V Liberty can reach 100 km per hour in only 9 seconds while on firm land, and gets to 160 km. Its operating dynamics is similar to the one of a tricycle. When its propellers are activated, it is capable of reaching the height of 3.500 meters, and up to 180 km per hour in speed.
Pal-V’s flying mode is different in relation to traditional choppers, and for that reason, it is classified as a gyro. The price is also more accessible if compared to regular helicopters, even though the Liberty can’t take off vertically.
The process of taking-off requires an 180-meter-free-runway. The landing, on the other hand, requires a 30-meter-lane. Oh, the propellers can be manually folded, which turns the gyro into a car in about 10 minutes.
At the occasion, the company has also presented Liberty Pioneer, a model made entirely of carbon fiber. Only 90 units of this version are to be produced, each costing about US$ 599 and delivery before the standard Liberty.
And if by any chance you have never flown a chopper before, that’s nothing to worry about: all buyers will get lessons so they can use their new vehicles the best possible way!
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