Flying cars are termed as the future of transport, and this might become a reality later this year. In the 1960s, the world imagined a future in which anyone could afford to take a drive above the scenery, but the technology never got there.

Slovakian company AeroMobil, that unveiled their first flying car prototype in 2014, has announced it will be launching a flying car this year — and this one will be commercially available — claims Mashable.

Credits: AeroMobil

The company recently raised $3.2 million in funding, will show off the car at a supercar show taking place on April 20 at the Top Marques Monaco.

AeroMobil claims that the car is a “completely integrated aircraft as well as a fully functioning four-wheeled car, powered by hybrid propulsion.”

As reported by Mashable, there are no details about the vehicle including the price, yet. Though AeroMobil confirmed that the car’s full specs will be unveiled at the supercar show, and the car will also be available for the pre-orders this year.

“AeroMobil aims to make personal transportation vastly more efficient and environmentally friendly by allowing significantly faster door-to-door travel for medium distance trips and in areas with limited or missing road infrastructure,” the company said.