Terrafugia Transition Flying Car Makes First Public Flight [Video]

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The Terrafugia flying car — which is street-legal and operates on regular unleaded gasoline — made its first test flight last month. Thankfully, someone remembered to bring a camera. Geeks, welcome to the future:

via techeblog





7 Responses to Terrafugia Transition Flying Car Makes First Public Flight [Video]

  1. Day 1: some dentist crashes into a house
    Day 2: trow some rims on dat
    Day 3: the full Mexican treatment, replete with tilted license plate
    Day 4: first shoot down by red necks
    Day 5: first shoot down by cops
    Day 6: state decides, what the hell let’s tax then all @ a million dollars per
    Day 7: NTSC bans all use except over Federal wilderness areas
    Day 8: Dept of Interior bans all use over Federal wilderness areas
    Day 9: Elon Musk puts rockets on one

  2. Welcome to the $40,000 fender-bender, unless there is a way to cheaply repair sections of composite airframes (Boeing is currently trying to figure this out for the Dreamliner). BTW, to really make this work, the wings and stabilizers need to fold once more and allow for proper rear visibility while driving.