The price of Terrafugia, according to the British newspaper The Daily Telegraph, is £ 150,000, while a Phantom will cost £ 70m. Terrafugia’s ground and aircraft fuel consumption is 10 liters on the road, while it is just under 20 per hour in the air. It has a wingspan of 9 meters and a top ground speed of 110 kilometers per hour, 200 in the air. Its driver must have both a driver’s license and a pilot’s license.
A spokesman for the British Civil Aviation Authority said the amphibian vehicle would rather only be launched in the United States, where even the smallest towns have their own airports.