The world’s first commercially available flying car has landed at the Petersen Automotive Museum.

The idea of “flying cars” has always been a lofty, grand, and even sarcastic pipe dream used to describe a distant future, where absolutely anything is possible. But despite how impossible flying cars may seem, they are real, and a real flying car will be on display at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles until April 1.

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The Aeromobil is the name of the flying car, and it is able to transition from a 7-foot wide car to a 30-foot wide aircraft in less than 3 minutes. On the ground, the Aeromobil can drive up to 100 mph, and get from 0-60 in 10 seconds with an estimated 600-mile driving range. In the air, it can cruise at 160 mph, climb at 1200 feet per minute, and fly for 460 miles, or 320 miles with a passenger.

The research and development that created the Aeromobil involved the talent of people who have worked with brands like Airbus, Lockheed Martin, Rolls-Royce Aviation, Formula 1 teams, BMW, Aston Martin, and McLaren. Next time you say “when we have flying cars,” know that that time is now.

Source: Petersen Automotive Museum