flying cars

Klein Vision AirCar completes a 35-minute test flight between two cities

Klein Vision AirCar completes a 35-minute test flight between two cities

AirCar is a dual-mode car/aircraft moving towards production after meeting a key development milestone this week. That milestone was its first inter-city flight, where the aircraft flew for 35 minutes from the international Airport in Nitra to the international airport in Bratislava. The flight was conducted on June 28, 2021.

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Terrafugia Transition flying car granted a Light-Sport Airworthiness certificate by the FAA

Terrafugia Transition flying car granted a Light-Sport Airworthiness certificate by the FAA

Terrafugia Inc. announced this week that it reached a milestone in its road to bringing the Transition roadable aircraft to market. The FAA granted Terrafugia a FAA Special Light-Sport Aircraft (LSA) airworthiness certificate for the Transition aircraft. The flying car is a combination of two-seat aircraft and an automobile designed to meet both the FAA and NHTSA's safety standards.

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The Alauda Airspeeder Mk3 is literally taking racing to new heights

The Alauda Airspeeder Mk3 is literally taking racing to new heights

Folks, it seems flying cars are now a reality, although the Airspeeder MK3 is not a car per se. Alauda has unveiled its MK3 electric flying racing vehicle, capable of vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL). Apparently, the Mk3 is ready to race and provides a crucial glimpse into the future of motorsports.

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Carcopter is a hydrogen-powered F1 flying racing car

Carcopter is a hydrogen-powered F1 flying racing car

The first virtual 2021 CES had its fair share of surprises, but none shook us more than Carcopter, a flying Formula 1 racing car powered by hydrogen. Cadillac also presented its VTOL personal drone at CES 2021, but Carcopter is a different flying machine. Instead of ferrying passengers in the sky, it’s a flying car designed for high-speed racing.

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The SkyDrive SD-03 is the flying car of tomorrow

The SkyDrive SD-03 is the flying car of tomorrow

It seems we won’t have to wait long to finally realize the dream of riding in a flying car. Three days ago, the SkyDrive SD-03 made its first piloted voyage around the Toyota Test Field in Japan. SkyDrive is a Toyota-backed Japanese startup that aims to make flying taxis a reality by as early as 2023. The test flight was on a single-seat model powered by four pairs of propellers and an electric battery.

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