Terrafugia TF-X: Your Personal Flying Car

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The Massachusetts-based firm Terrafugia has announced its Transition design, which is part sedan, part private jet with two seats, four wheels and wings that fold up so it can be driven like a car, will be on sale in less than two years. They have also unveiled plans for a TF-X model that will be small enough to fit in a garage, and won’t need a runway to take off. Motorised rotors attached to the wings of the TF-X make it possible to take off from standing still. This means cars could switch from driving to flying when they encounter traffic. However, the wingspan requires a diameter of 100 feet to do so. Take a look! And also you can check other flying cars.

 

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3 comments
  1. Flying cars should have an electric motor, 100% reliable, with a gasoline generator to recharge the batteries as you fly.

    The TF-X should have a generator installed in its electrical model.

  2. Is this flying car still in the pipelines?? Or has the new owner (Geedy) stopped all future plans for the TF-X. ????
    The concept ticks all the boxes, it would be perfect for many out there;
    1) Range in air 500Km
    2) Seats 4
    3) Vertical take-off & landing, with automated flight (won’t need a pilots licence)
    4) Electric car drive, take-off & landing with the battery charged via the ICE (unleaded?) engine whilst flying or at a charge point on the ground
    Someone please confirm it is still a thing………..+61424574227 or joe.sarka@gmail.com

  3. Diameter of 100 feet – no big deal. Anyone else looking for Marty and Doc in those pics? “Where we’re going, we don’t need roads.”

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