This is flying car made by a Dutch company, the PAL-V. Despite the transition, the PAL-V ONE is more helicopter than a plane and more motorcycle than car. However, the car still drives and flies. It is actually a gyrocopter, which uses an unpowered rotor to create lift and an engine-powered propeller to create thrust. It is slower than a helicopter and simpler to fly. Unlike the transition, the PAL-V ONE can as well avoid airports, thanks to the short takeoff and landing capabilities. This hybrid flying car can fly at a maximum speed of 112mph and stay not more than 4,000 feet, out of the commercial aerospace.
The Transition is a small aircraft whose wings can easily fold up to drive on the road. Its price is comparable to that of small plane, but the ownership is significantly reduced. This flying car uses automotive gasoline, no need for expensive aviation fuel. In fact, it is efficient: it gets an outstanding 20 miles per gallon, flying at 100mph. With wings folded, it can easily fit an average garage, so no need to pay a considerable fee at the airport. See the above photo to see how it compares in size to the PAL-V ONE.