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Flying cars in near future...

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Akaur    0

Aermobil 3.0 is really a roadable aircraft that is due for launch till the 2017. This was announced by the Slovakian company CEO at the Vienna Pioneers festival. Will the market availability of flying cars become a reality in near future or it would remain only a concept?

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Subarto    0

Flying cars are soon on the way and we should hope to see them on the active scene in near future. By 2025, we are going to have semi-autonomous flying vehicle by Terrafugia to be on the front. Also, a Slovakian company is launching their flying cars in the year 2017 as per this website http://aflyingcars.com/.

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image that it's a bit like when Amazon wanted to deliver packages via drone within 30 minutes will it be allowed in the UK will they make it expenses like cars in London.But yes I would love to have a car that could fly we will just have to wait and see.

 

Paul.

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Baahir    0

definitely its will be great and i have to save as my younger daughter wish to have one when its launch so i have to do it as i promised her that she will have one definitely

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john89    0
On 3/2/2016 at 10:35 AM, Up And Coming Cars said:

image that it's a bit like when Amazon wanted to deliver packages via drone within 30 minutes will it be allowed in the UK will they make it expenses like cars in London.But yes I would love to have a car that could fly we will just have to wait and see.

 

Paul.

I think it is going to happen very soon in the coming future. I recently found a article on flying car or you may call driving drone, please check it http://www.fitdrones.com/flying-cars-driving-drones/.

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