View Full Version : Flying car....Not a Mastercraft, but still pretty cool...

92 190 PS
06-29-2010, 10:08 PM

Cruise: 100 kts (115 mph)
Rotate: 70 kts (80 mph)
Stall: 45 kts (51 mph)
Range: 400nm (460 mi)
Takeoff over 50' obstacle: 1700'Fuel burn: 5 gph
Fuel tank: 20 gallons
Useful Load: 430 lbs
On road: 30 mpg, highway speeds
Light Sport Aircraft (LSA)

Front wheel drive on the ground
Automotive-style entry and exit
Two place, side by side
Automated electromechanical folding wing
No trailer or hangar needed
Cargo area holds skis, fishing poles or golf clubs
Drive in case of inclement weather
Proven 100 hp Rotax 912S engine
Full vehicle parachute available
Modern glass avionics
Automotive crash safety features
6’ 9” tall
80” wide
18’ 9” long
6’ 3” tall
19’ 2” long
27’ 6”Cockpit:
51” at the shoulder

Become a Sport Pilot in as little as 20 hours of flight time in a Transition®-specific course. For existing pilots, get comfortable quickly with the familiarization training included with every Transition® delivery.
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Place your fully refundable $10,000 airframe reservation deposit here (http://www.mastercraft.com/teamtalk/order.html). Anticipated purchase price: $194,000.

06-29-2010, 11:36 PM
92, That is kool I wish I had the funds for it but at $194,000 I think I would have to pass. I would rather fly a Cesnena 172and it is just a 1/4 the cost (used). I do like the fuel burn at 5gph wish my car would get that.

06-30-2010, 10:17 AM
I found this a couple years back, in my honest opinion, an awesome toy! I thought I actually read somewhere that an engineer or higher up from Mastercraft had a part in designing this plane. Maybe the hull??? Who knows, its still pretty friggin sweet!


So I aroused my own curiosity, John Dorton CEO/ President of Mastercraft Boats was on the board of Directors and Advisors. FWIW