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First Flying Car Is All Set To Go On Sale In 2015

I hope you remember long time back I have posted a  Information about flying car but at that time it was not decided that when its going to come in market now here the latest news on it- for the people who really want to fly but don’t have license like me. Check this out you will love it.

This is Capable of taking off vertically and flying completely on its own, this street-legal flying car won’t require a pilot’s license to operate.

 

NEW YORK: A flying car named the Transition, product of the Massachusetts-based firm Terrafugia will go on sale in 2015, according to a report in GMA News online.

Terrafugia had earlier released images of its next-generation flying car, the TF-X which can be driven on roads as well.

Capable of taking off vertically and flying completely on its own, this street-legal flying car won’t require a pilot’s license to operate, the New York Daily News reported.

With a flying range of 500 miles, once airborne, the two propellors fold back and propulsion is handled by an engine mounted behind the cockpit.

Everything from take-off, to flying, and eventual touch-down at your chosen destination will be handled automatically by the Terrafugia (pronounced: Terra-foo-gee-ah) TF-X flying car.

Terrafugia says the TF-X is a plug-in hybrid. Electric motors handle road driving, and assist during takeoff and landing.

The company claims that its road-legal and highly automated flying car could be on the road (and in the air) within 8-12 years.

The TF-X’s vast array of sensors and GPS monitors make flying to a destination as simple as punching in an address in today’s satellite-navigation devices. (With inputs from ANI)

 

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