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Flying Car Becomes a Reality: Transition

Posted on the 01 November 2013 by Ningauble @AliAksoz

Rick Deckard’s futuristic-cyberpunk flying car, Korben Dallas’ flying cab and Dr. Elmett Brown’s flying train, does it ring the bell? Yes, we’re talking about the marriage of the most prominent transportation vehicles of our planet. Car & Plane!


This advanced technology will change the entire course of A.I. (Artificial Intelligence)  and onto this, many other sci-fi movies were sending direct signals to humanity that this will happen one day. “Since the Wright Brothers and Henry Ford, we’ve had the dream of marrying the plane and the car.” says US Experimental Aircraft Association’s Dick Knapinski, spokesman for the institute. Boston-based company Terrafugia has already showed of its Transition at the experimental event in Oshkosh, Wisconsin and it’s already whispering “We Make Flying Cars” into the ears of advance technology trackers.

Transition is a two-place, fixed wing, street legal airplane which has been internationally heralded as the “first practical flying car”.  It is designed to fit in a single car garage, be safely driven on the highway, and be flown in and out of general aviation airports.

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