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There are several flying car models in development. Today, we introduce the Maverick LSA “Flying Car” - according to the manufacturer, "the fulfillment of a dream". It is the result of six long years of research and development by a creative non-profit organization known as the Indigenous Peoples’ Technology and Education Center (I-TEC). I-TEC’s mission is to provide tools and technologies to God-followers in frontiers areas to meet their needs.

This LSA design has been developed as an easy-to-operate – air & land craft. It is intuitive and safe to fly, drive and maintain by people in frontier areas of the world enabling them to use this unique vehicle in missions and humanitarian applications – in the world “beyond roads.”

The corporation named Beyond Roads LLC has been granted the manufacturing rights for the Maverick. This will facilitate the development of a commercial market that will make it possible to produce this unique multi-medium transportation vehicle at an affordable cost for those people of high need and low means in frontier areas, while providing a useful utility vehicle and fun recreational vehicle.

These unique flying cars "allow isolated and disadvantaged people living beyond the reach of roads, beyond the reach of health care services, beyond the reach of economic opportunities and formal education - and for some people groups, beyond the reach of the rest of the world and the opportunity to interact with fellow citizens of this small planet", the manufacturer points out.

Details:

Base price $94,000.00

FAA Certified S-LSA (Special - Light Sport Aircraft), E-LSA (Experimental - Light Sport Aircraft or E-AB (Experimental Amateur-Built)

190 HP, Injected, 2.5 Liter Subaru Engine

Dual Drive – Transaxle / Propeller

Public Road Licensable

Robust Suspension for “Off-Roading”

Highway Speed: 0 to 100 mph

Flies Like a Car with Integrated Controls

Airspeed: 40 mph

Wing Deployment System

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