“Flying Car” Raises Questions About The Future Of Transportation Networks

“Flying Car” Raises Questions About The Future Of Transportation Networks

Terrafugia's new commercial vehicle can fly and is small enough for roadways - but can we really herald it as the "flying car"?

Kyle Studstill
  • 1 july 2010

Terrafugia’s Transition model “roadable aircraft” has now gone into production, expected to be available in early 2011. Being a “light sport” class vehicle, the Transition is currently limited only to those with 20 hours of flight experience and $194,000 to cover the asking price.

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