The flying car is the little engine that couldn’t. Yet. They’ve been on the cover of magazines since the end of World War II. Henry Ford built a flying Flivver in the 1920s. Terrafugia is the current standard bearer; prototypes have flown but none have ...
Extreme Tech · ByBill Howard · 6/20/2014
As Google's self-driving cars prepare to roll out onto the streets of Nevada, Volkswagen one-ups everyone with its concept design for a hover car. The Volkswagen hover car is a product ... Check out other hovercrafts and flying cars in the gallery below.
The Huffington Post · BySara Gates · 5/8/2012
Despite the list of difficulties of getting a flying car into production being a vast one, there’s no shortage of enterprising businessmen and women trying to be the first to offer one to the public. However, reminding us all rather graphically why the ...
Motor Authority · 5/11/2015
The dawn of the flying car is nigh. A company called Terrafugia has been working to bring the first airborne sedan, the Transition, to the masses since 2006. Yesterday, it announced that it will finally deliver its first unit in 2015. Unfortunately, the ...
Motherboard · 5/7/2013
Aeromobil is a ‘flying car’ that perfectly makes use of existing infrastructure created for automobiles and planes, and opens doors to real door-to-door travel,’ the firm says. When in its car configuration, it can fit into a standard parking space ... · 10/8/2014
Ever since the early 1960s when the animated sitcom "The Jetsons" glued humans' eyes to TV screens and filled their minds with whimsical visions of a futuristic space utopia, over the years people have been left asking themselves: "Where's my flying car?"
WPTV · 4/7/2014
Vsauce uses this video to explain why a number of futuristic technologies — flying cars, teleportation, and space colonies — aren't quite here yet. It's slightly depressing to hear the long list of problems standing between us and Beam Me Up Scotty ...
Gizmodo · 2/21/2015
Recently, an audience member at a “future of transport” conference demanded that the panel, which included me, explain where her flying car was. She “had been promised it by engineers and designers 20 years ago” and had been “let down”.
BBC · 1/12/2015
AS an astronomy-obsessed kid in the 1970s, I subsisted on a steady diet of science fiction. It promised a future filled with technological wonders: talking computers, bionic limbs, flying cars. Forty years later, though much of that future has arrived, it ...
New York Times · 6/6/2014


Terrafugia is a small, privately held American corporation that is developing a roadable aircraft called the Transition and a flying car called th…
Terrafugia is a small, privately held American corporation that is developing a roadable aircraft called the Transition and a flying car called the TF-X. The Transition and TF-X are designed to be able to fold their wings, enabling the vehicles to also operate as street-legal road vehicles. First delivery of the Transition is scheduled for between 2015 and 2017.
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