Ummm... and a GPS does what? The Latest Flying Car Concept Seems—Dare We Say It—Serious

 

Can't y'just hear it now...

Turn left at the puffy cloud on your right in 50 miles! razz

The Paris Airshow kicks off Monday, offering the denizens of the aviation world their biennial chance to gather round. They'll ogle the latest aerospace innovations, close deals for defense drones, and check out private jets. Airbus and Boeing will go head-to-head over over sales numbers as aircraft new and old—including the F35A fighter jet, making its public debut—roar overhead, flaunting their flying skills.

Oh, and because at some point in the past few months everyone decided personal aircraft are a real thing, Paris will feature flying cars.

One early reveal comes from Neva Aerospace, a UK-based consortium made up of five European companies that focus on all sorts of electric aviation, from drones to aerial robotic platforms.

Now these folks want to build a passenger-carrying vehicle.

Prease to read more here:

https://www.wired.com/story/neva-airquadone-flying-cars-pari...

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Still only a concept

This from Neva Aerospace is still only a futuristic concept flying car which has been bandied about for over 50 years.

Here is one which can actually be pre-ordered. But any flying car, if these ever become viable, they are NOT for the average person since a Pilot licence is required to operate one off the ground. As well as the 1.3 million dollars will keep it out of reach for the masses.

https://www.aeromobil.com/flying-car/

More on the flying car:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Zw6DaUmfRw

And something which actually flies and is a cross between a motorcycle and a helicopter:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VRZNLBL7Px4

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