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World’s First Flying Car Now On-Sale for 2020
Debuts at U.S. Skyscraper with Jetsons-Style Skyport

MIAMI – The future is here; just in time for the New Year — The world’s first flying car is now on sale and so too are high-rise homes in the first residential skyscraper built with a futuristic take-off and landing pad.

VO: (02:15) Car on Display / (04:45) SkyPad Animation

The Pioneer Personal Air Landing Vehicle or PAL-V is on display at the Paramount Miami Worldcenter. The 60-story, $600-million Paramount is considered America’s most-luxurious residential tower, which features the nation’s first Jetsons-style flying car SkyPort.

VO: (06:09) Flying Car

The Pioneer PAL-V is the world’s only operational fly-and-drive vehicle. It is equipped with retractable overhead and rear propellers and tail wings.

The PAL-V’s maximum speed is 110 miles per hour in the air and on the ground. It has a maximum cruising altitude of 12,500-feet.

The PAL-V uses regular gasoline opposed to more expensive aviation fuel.

It is currently in production with more than 70 orders to date. The Pioneer PAL-V sells for $599,000.

VO: (03:05) Aerials of Paramount Miami Worldcenter SkyDeck

The PAL-V is capable of landing on Paramount’s 60th floor 5,000 square foot SkyDeck. Its pool has been constructed so it can include a hydraulic floor that rises and creates a SkyPad.

SOT: (00:38 – 00:51) Daniel Kodsi, CEO-Developer, Paramount Miami Worldcenter

“So, imagine you can live in Paramount and have this Jetsons-style lifestyle where you can land on your roof and enter your residence from the roof through an elevator, not from the bottom lobby as we do today.”

VO: (03:12) Aerials of Paramount Miami Worldcenter

There are more than 500 units, of which two-dozen are penthouses, in Paramount Miami Worldcenter. Prices range from $750,000 to $10-million.

Paramount is the soaring signature skyscraper of the $4-billion mammoth Miami Worldcenter. It is Miami’s new residential, retail, entertainment, hospitality and transportation complex. Miami Worldcenter is currently America’s largest construction project and the nation’s second-largest real estate development. It is billed as, “The City Within the City of the Future.”

PAL-V is a Dutch company.

Soundbite Time Codes & Transcripts Below
Daniel Kodsi, CEO-Developer, Paramount Miami Worldcenter

(00:38 – 00:51) SOT: Daniel Kodsi, CEO-Developer, Paramount Miami Worldcenter
“So, imagine you can live in Paramount and have this Jetsons-style lifestyle where you can land on your roof and enter your residence from the roof through an elevator, not from the bottom lobby as we do today.”

(00:53 – 01:12)
“When we started looking at trends in the market, we saw what was happening; groups like Uber, Boeing, Airbus – getting involved with vertical take-off and landing type vehicles that are going to change transportation in the future. When we looked at the roof of our building we said that one day this can be converted into a take-off and landing pad.”

(01:15 – 01:28)
“When we looked at this building, we looked at the future; how people are going to live in the future; how people want to reside in their residences: how they want to operate within the property. And, so every aspect of this building really took the future into account.”

Mark Jennings-Bates, VP, PAL-V Company

(01:36 – 01:56)
The personal air landing vehicle — the Pioneer — is the world’s first flying car and sells for $599,000. Our clients can fly as high as 12-and-a-half-thousand-feet and they can fly about four hours at 110 miles an hour. They can also drive on the road at about a hundred miles an hour for 820 miles. It’s a true technological innovation.”

(01:57 – 02:14)
“In South Florida, it’s a reality that in the next 10 years, in most cases, like Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, because of the heavy traffic congestion, you’ll see people overflying these communities in flying cars, reducing their transit time and allowing them to overfly the congestion that we’ve become familiar with.”

▪ Bryan Glazer ▪ President & Executive Producer ▪ World Satellite Television News & Media Relations ▪ New York & Miami ▪ 212.673.4400 ▪ 561.374.1365 ▪

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