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Yesterday, it announced that it will finally deliver its first unit in 2015. Unfortunately, the clumsy Transition is really nothing like the flying cars humans have fantasized about zipping around in ever since the Jetsons. But Terrafugia also announced ...
Motherboard · 5/7/2013
When the government cleared the first flying car for personal use in 1950, people thought everyone would be flying out of their driveways by the end of the century. Well, it's 2010 and we are still driving on the road. Here's a look at why the flying car ...
Popular Mechanics · 7/28/2010
Terrafugia Inc., the Woburn, Mass., company developing the Transition flying car, said it plans to begin delivering the vehicle to customers in 2015 or 2016. In the meantime it is working on a successor model called the TF-X, which will take off and land ...
The Wall Street Journal · ByJonathan Welsh · 5/6/2013
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It's a car, it's a plane, it's AeroMobil, the world's most advanced flying car. And it's cool. Flying cars are like UFO sightings, often imagined but rarely credible. Until now. This is no modified DeLorean with a flux capacitor, or a Winnerbago captained ...
Chicago Tribune · 11/12/2014
Terrafugia dreams of flying robot cars. The idea goes beyond some weird mash-up of science fiction tropes and aims at the practical issues of how to transform flying cars into vehicles for the masses. That means eliminating the need for drivers of vehicles ...
IEEE Spectrum · 5/14/2015
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 ...
voiceofjournalists.com · 10/8/2014
Since the dawn of aviation, Americans have dreamed of buying a flying car and opening up the skies to everyone. The utopian dream is embodied in the opening credits of The Jetsons, in which a relaxed George commutes to work and plops his feet on his …
Fast Company · 7/13/2014
This Sunday during a speech at South by Southwest, the Slovakian activist-turned-inventor Juraj Vaculík announced that his company, AeroMobile, plans to put a functional flying car on the consumer market by 2017. According to Vaculík , the craft will ...
VICE · 3/18/2015
Flying cars might not be science fiction for long. Stefan Klein and Juraj Vaculik, cofounders of a Slovakian startup called AeroMobil, have created a beautiful prototype that has already been on several successful test flights. We touched base with Klein ...
The Business Insider · 11/29/2014
Mankind's primordial dream of flight is taking off with a new twist as a Slovak prototype of a flying car spreads its wings. Inspired by the books about flying by French authors Jules Verne and Antoine de Saint Exupery, Slovak designer and engineer Stefan ...
Discovery Communications · 1/20/2014

Terrafugia

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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