The world's first ever flying car was released in Switzerland at an international motor show by Dutch firm PAL-V. It looks more like a helicopter squatting on a tricycle a real attention grabber on the 405. Still, points for technological achievement. This car has a top speed of 100 mph on the road and 112 mph in the sky. It can cruise up to 11,000 feet from the earth's surface high enough to be of concern to commercial air traffic and has an estimated range of 350 miles. The vehicle has to be adjusted manually to make the transition, kind of like an old-school car's convertible roof for which it takes less than 10 minutes. The flying car comes in two models, the personalized Liberty Pioneer Edition and the standard Liberty Sports Edition—the names a subtle nod to the freedom of the skies—and is available for pre-order now for delivery in 2019. The Pioneer price is $599,000(3, 89, 37,995.00 Rs), and the Sport at $399,000 (2, 59, 36,995.00 Rs)which includes the flying lessons. However, to order this one must have a pilot license and access to an airstrip.