Classically, vehicles have been restricted by the terrain they ride on. Roads for cars, water for boats, tracks for trains. Even airplanes are restricted in that they need a runway strip to take off and land. But not Aero-X. This double-prop carbon fibre hovercraft seats two and rides like a motorcycle, blasting across roads or uneven terrain just the same at speeds of 45 miles per hour while flying at up to 12 feet off the ground. Unlike most amateur aircraft, Aero-X is relatively affordable and flies thanks to a rotary engine that runs on plain old automotive gasoline. It also offers optional whole vehicle airbags, just in case, floatation pontoons for water-borne use, and takes off vertically for maximum versatility.
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