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Speaking to AFP, chief marketing officer Markus Hess said: 'This kind of dream has been around for 100 years now.'When the first airplane was invented people already thought "How can I make that driveable on the road?
"' In 2019, the company expects to produce between 50 and 100 of the vehicles, before ramping up to 'quite a few hundred' in 2020.
Legal papers say the villa was originally a relatively humble holiday home owned by Mrs Alexander and worth about £150,000.
But the couple agreed between 20 to spend more than £1m developing it into a cutting edge 'work of architecture'.
The contents of the writ and the defence have yet to be tested in evidence before a judge.
From The Jetsons to Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, flying cars have long captured the imagination.
This included installing a 48ft infinity pool and solar hot tub, pushing fees for paying guests up to £1,350 a night.
These were 'neither agreed by Ms Alexander nor necessary parts of the development,' she claims.
After years of testing, the company aims to pip its competitors to the post by becoming the world's first mass manufacturer of a flying car.
Final assembly on the €499,000 (£437,000 / 9,000)Pal-V will start in October and the firm, based in Raamsdonksveer in the Netherlands, is aiming to deliver its first flying car to its first customer by the end of 2018.
In 2019, the company expects to produce between 50 and 100 vehicles, before ramping up to "quite a few hundred" in 2020.
It won't be cheap, with the first edition Pal-V Liberty costing €499,000 (£437,000 / 9,000).