Italian designer Pierpaolo Lazzarini, known for his innovative water, land, and sky vehicle concepts, is back with another revolutionary idea: the Aircar. This futuristic 4×4 jet flying aircraft aims to change the way we travel by allowing passengers to bypass road traffic and take to the skies. With a top speed of 750 km/h and a range of 1200 kilometers on jet fuel, the Aircar could be a game-changer in the transportation industry.
Measuring just 6 meters in length, the compact Aircar is designed to accommodate one pilot and three passengers. Its carbon-fibre monocoque bodywork contributes to its ultra-lightweight form, while four rotatable Rolls-Royce jet engines provide the power needed to propel it through the air. The vehicle’s efficiency is evident in both its size and speed.
The Aircar is a concept proposed by the Rome-based Lazzarini Design Studio and is set to be powered by aero-engines created by Rolls-Royce. A unique feature of the Aircar is that each of the four jet engines can independently adjust its own inclination and rotation. This capability ensures stability and high maneuverability in turning, allowing the flying vehicle to navigate at variable heights and inclines or fly in a straight trim, depending on the cruising speed requirements.
Currently, the Aircar remains a concept flying vehicle. However, lead designer and founder of Lazzarini Design Studio, Pierpaolo Lazzarini, is determined to bring this vision to life. He aims to create a full-scale prototype by 2024, paving the way for the Aircar to hit the market in the future.
While no specific pricing information is available at this time, it’s clear that the Aircar represents a significant step forward in the world of transportation. Its innovative design, combined with the cutting-edge technology provided by Rolls-Royce jet engines, make it an exciting prospect for anyone looking to escape the confines of road traffic and embrace the freedom of the skies.
As we move closer to the projected 2024 prototype release, more details about the Aircar’s features and capabilities will likely emerge. Until then, this futuristic concept offers a tantalizing glimpse into what the future of transportation might look like, blending the boundaries between land and sky travel and bringing us one step closer to a world where traffic jams are a thing of the past.
Source: Lazzarini Design Studio