Land mode: Transition's wings on land are contracted, with a body length of 6.02 meters, a width of 2.3 meters, a height of 1.98 meters, and a maximum speed of 113 km/h.
Flight mode: After the transition enters flight mode, the wings on both sides of the fuselage will open. At this time, the length and width of the body are still 6.02 meters and 2.3 meters, and the width is extended to 8 meters. After 518 meters of full speed taxiing, Transition can take off and gliding. The maximum speed in the air is 184km/h, the cruising speed is 160km/h, the maximum flying height is 3048m, the cruising range is close to 640km, and the air consumption is about 19L per hour.
The first problem facing the introduction of the Flying Vehicle Transition is the "ID card problem", which is a product between the car and the aircraft. Then it is going to apply for the "driving license" of the car or the "airworthiness permit" of the aircraft. What? Both the US Airways Administration and the Department of Defense have completed testing the Transition so it can be allowed to go on production in the US. If the Transition really wants to be introduced to the country, it is inevitable to formulate a new policy for its particularity.