According to manufacturer Terrafugia, which belongs to Volvo, the Transition can fly up to 400 miles at top speeds of 100 mph. Pictured: a test flight of the Transition

Source: Tim Stickings For Mailonline

The world’s first flying car is set to go on the market with pre-sales scheduled to begin next month.

The first of the two-seat hybrid-electric vehicles, which can switch between driving and flying modes in less than a minute, will be delivered to customers next year.

According to manufacturer Terrafugia, which belongs to the parent company of Volvo, the Transition can fly up to 400 miles (640km) at top speeds of 100mph (160kmh).

The price has not yet been determined but preliminary sales for the first of the pioneering models will begin in October, according to China‘s news agency Xinhua.

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