• PAL-V plans to set up a plant in Gujarat for the manufacture of PAL-V Liberty, the first commercial flying car in India.
• The Vice President of PAL-V, Carlo Maasbommel has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with MK Das, the Gujrat’s Industries Principal Secretary in the presence of the state Chief Minister, Vijay Rupani.
• PAL-V is the first Dutch brand to set up a plant in India for manufacturing and exporting to outer countries.
We all know PAL-V, a Dutch company that has produced the world’s first commercial flying car, but that’s a news we all know, this amazingly awesome brand doesn’t need any intro. The amazing part is that this brand, this car is now in India with a plan of only to launch PAL-V Liberty but to set a manufacturing plant in India. PAL-V has debuted its flying car production model in the 2018 Geneva Motor Show in the purpose of a commercial compact aircraft that can travel on roads.
Recent reports say that the Vice President of PAL-V, Carlo Maasbommel has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with MK Das, the Gujrat’s Industries Principal Secretary in the presence of the state Chief Minister, Vijay Rupani to set up a manufacturing facility plant in Gujarat. The company plans to set the vehicle in production by next year, moreover the two person aircraft manufactured will also be exported to outer country automotive markets as United States and Europe. From the looks of the growing automotive market in India, the entry of this vehicle could be the game changer as well as it would increase India economy and employment.
The Pal-V is a flying three wheeler car which is equipped with two engines that can sprint from 0 kmph to 100 kmph in 9 seconds and can attain a top speed of 160 kmph on road and 180 kmph in air with a 500 km of range at full tank. The vehicle can transform from car to helicopter in just three minutes, for light weight of the vehicle the car is made up of using carbon fiber, aluminum and titanium making the vehicle of 664 kg in weight. PAL-V will be the first Dutch company to set a plant in India and the government of Gujarat would be helping the company to attain all the approvals required for manufacturing facility.