Want to Own a Flying Car? Here's How Much It Could Cost You


If you remember, we recently wrote about how close we are to getting flying cars. So, there's definitely a lot to think about if it does become a total reality like, say, how much it costs. Well, we hate to break it to you but it's in the price range of a supercar.

Pentagon Motor Group, a subsidiary of the South African listed company Motus Group Holdings, crunched the numbers and figured out the estimated price of owning a flying car. The total cost comes up to $756,165 (approximately P37.9 million). Whew. And, that's on average, too.

Much of the cost comes from the flying car, of course. It all adds up with the expenses that come with owning a vehicle of the future. Things like a flying license, insurance, storage and parking, and fuel all contribute to the final tally of expenses.

"We’re always looking at ways we can help our customers to get the best deal on a car, and as we hear more about the future of personal transport, in this case discussing the potential reality of flying cars, we wanted to find out how much one could actually cost," says Shakeel Hussain, head of marketing at Pentagon Motor Group.

Hussain continues, "It’s safe to say it seems that a worldwide flying car revolution might be a long way off yet. In the meantime, we look forward to helping more people to travel safely on the ground, and spend a lot less in the process."

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Paolo Chua is the Associate Style Editor at Esquire Philippines, where he writes about fashion and grooming. Before joining Esquire Philippines, he was a writer at Town & Country Philippines.
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