Flying cars to be introduced in india, china, brazil and uae

Terrafugia, a us based company is introducing the flying car (it can also drive normally) next year in

uae, india, china and brazil.

It costs about usd $ 279,000 and 100 users have already placed orders from the uae.

source:

http://gulfnews.com/...ng-car-1.924952

.........................................................................................................................................

bull shyte man, get real.

[quote=“jack, post:, topic:”]

Terrafugia, a us based company is introducing the flying car (it can also drive normally) next year in

uae, india, china and brazil.

It costs about 279,000 and 100 users have already placed orders from the uae.

source:

http://gulfnews.com/…ng-car-1.924952

[/quote]

What is the purpose of Air Planes, after all? B)

I guess you don't have to worry about rush hour traffic anymore,

you can land the air car, whatever,,,wherever you can while a plane can only land in a runaway

you can speed over rocks, rough terrain, no more need to worry about a normal car being bogged down,,,,'etc etc :)

<_<

[quote=“jack, post:4, topic:15952”]

I guess you don’t have to worry about rush hour traffic anymore,

you can land the air car, whatever,wherever you can while a plane can only land in a runaway

you can speed over rocks, rough terrain, no more need to worry about a normal car being bogged down,'etc etc :)

[/quote]

and then your dream ended because you fell off your bed.

here is the company's website that is making the flying cars, maybe I am dreaming about this company too....

http://www.terrafugia.com/

A usa company based in boston which was started by MIT trained engineers in 2006 to look for solution in personal aviation.

some more articles:

http://blogs.wsj.com...airborne-autos/

on youtube video

pics:

OB-JB990_terra_E_20100630140003.jpg

TransitionRoad.jpg

Normal road cars look cool in front of these ''Lady bugs''. :rolleyes:

Ugly...

It sure looks ugly and why to India..? I mean such an expensive solution...impractical(economically, traffic wise too)..