Motorsports Brands - Is It A Car? Is It A Plane?


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London, Aug. 31, 2012: ATL is proud to have been chosen to supply the fuel bladder tank for the latest flying car, code-named the 'PAL-V' (Passenger Air and Land Vehicle).

The experienced ATL design team rose to the challenge and found a solution to ensure a constant fuel supply to the 230bhp engine, whether the vehicle was running in 'tilt technology' mode during road car cornering use, or under high vibration frequency mode during gyroplane use.

The PAL-V had a very successful maiden flight last month. Has the 'car' of the future just been 'launched'?

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