A California company that's building a flying electric car is now taking preorders.

The driver and the cabin are stabilized by a unique gimbaled rotating cabin design.

Customers can preorder the vehicle, which can seat up to two people is expected to cost around $300,000.

This certificate allows the aircraft to be used for limited purposes, including exhibition, research and development

Alef first unveiled the car last October and said it has already taken a "strong" number of preorders from people and businesses.

The FAA is working on policies for the takeoff and landing of electric vehicles, the company said.

This certificate permits the operation of the aircraft for a limited range of functions, such as exhibition, research, and development.

According to the firm, the FAA is developing regulations for the takeoff and landing of electric vehicles.