Unveiled by Vaylon, the Pégase is a cross-breeding between a buggy and a flying car. The Pégase started development in 2014 and many modifications have been made since then.
The flying car recently took one of the hardest possible tests, flying from Champs-Elysées to the Ambleteuse Aerodrome with a land speed of 100 km/h. The real challenge began, and the Pégase had to fly across 35 km over the English Channel. Pégase successfully soared the air and landed back in the Kensington Design Museum in London.
Pégase has a flight speed of 80 km/h and can fly up to an altitude of 3000 meters. It is powered by double propellers in the air and it uses a engine for road driving. On road, it uses a Rotax 912 four-cylinder boxer engine that offers impressive fuel efficiency. Thanks to the minimal consumption, the Pégase has an autonomy of 1000 km. In only 50 minutes, the Pégase successfully crossed the channel, an impressive feat for a flying car. It offers the chance to transform an off-road buggy into a stealthy paraglider that allows you to drive over any kind of terrain.
In only 3 years of research and development, Vaylon has managed to perfect their formula for the flying car. This incredible feat is a clear mark of the upcoming future of transportation, hybrid vehicles that will be able to drive on the road and fly in the sky with the press of a button.