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This week the Dutch company PAL-V announced the first flights of its prototype "flying car".
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dushan 1 year ago
now dui can be extended to fui
xmadxxx 1 year ago
will be added to need for speed soon
loadrunner 1 year ago
That's one idea for a emergency vehicle. just land and on the main road, and drive the last minute, if there are to many trees close to an accident.
ThiDubstepLover 1 year ago
love this idea except the model of the car,
HellsVacancy 1 year ago
Sorry, but this idea isnt gonna take off any time soon (no pun intended) We should be trying are damn hardest to get away from any sort of technology that still uses fossil fuels
Break-a-leg 1 year ago
#4, Such a vehicle should be as light as it possible can to be able to take off without needing an aweful lot of engine power or lift via a fixed or rotary wing.
The few "flying cars" that exist are too bulky and heavy to be feasible for mass production. The fact that this car is so slim and motorbike-like means that it can maintain that light weight and light engine...
If you want a flying car, just park your BMW in your C130 Hercules and take off from the nearest military base. Otherwise, take the PAL-V.
Neutral 1 year ago
ok, now we need driving and flying license.
Tehnol 1 year ago
We'll see how long it lasts if it goes on sale and people start crashing it; autogyros are incredibly dangerous for inexperienced pilots. Even experienced fixed wing pilots have died at the controls of an autogyro. I would never buy one of these.
mydixiewrecked 1 year ago
Air Traffic Control is going to hate this when it is finally released to the public....
Genius 1 year ago
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Jettin4u 1 year ago
Pretty sure part of the movie is fake, Watch 1:13 seems really cgi when it lands.
LightAng3l 1 year ago
Can't wait for a drunk flyer to smash through my roof...
chuchesaku 1 year ago
#11 google for the hd version of this and think again
maximilian 1 year ago
What we will be thinking in a couple of years: "Should I drive home or fly home today? Aww man I can't wait till we can teleport..."
cyberdevil 1 year ago
I really hope this isn't the future, don't want tiny helicopters flying all over the place. If I was the only one flying one that would be different though, it's a cool car.
Plecter 1 year ago
I love the idea, but what scares me is that someone might bump into the parked car at night and damage something that could fail catastrophically while in-flight the next day.
It needs a serious system that will report any activities or check any damage.
Nifen 1 year ago
It will show up on James Bond before it will be retailed.
I suspect the Army will have one of the first off the line.
drunkmonk 1 year ago
A perfect bank robbery car
Genius 1 year ago
I found this incredible creativity invento.muita same.
It seems to me that he does I stopped in the air just in front of the engine behind impels so forward.
By then a wire desnecesario helice helicopter, two small wind turbines could be driving on the sides.
Ready to ship so it was more perfet the planet, flying faster
Okay but I congratulate the creator
1 year ago
320 x 180 px
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