Flying Car

  • A jet-propelled car that could fly at 880 km per hour May 31, 2014

    New York: Fasten your seat belts. A jet car that flies at 880 km per hour is being conceptualised that would fly you from New Delhi to Mumbai in less than two hours - and it may use a highway as a runway to take off! The concept vehicle, named GF7,...
  • Watch: A four-seater flying car May 9, 2013

    New Delhi: US scientists have designed a next-gen flying car capable of taking off vertically and flying completely on its own - and it could be on the roads within a decade. The Terrafugia TF-X flying car can take off vertically and has a flying range of 805 km. Once...
  • Terrafugia unveils a four-seater flying car May 9, 2013

    New York: Stuck in traffic jam? Use your car's flying button. Seriously! US scientists have designed a gen-next flying car capable of taking off vertically and flying completely on its own - and it could be on the roads within a decade. An ambitious US engineering company has released images of...
  • Soon, buy a car that turns into a plane in seconds August 30, 2012

    Melbourne: Can't afford the luxury of a private jet? Don't worry, as a US aeronautical company has developed a flying car that transforms into a plane in just 20 seconds. Funded by the US Department of Defense, the 'Transition' is a four-wheel vehicle, licensed for the road, which transforms into a...
  • Flying car gets cleared for take off July 13, 2011

    You will need a sports pilots licence to drive the recently cleared flying car by Terrafugia. ...
  • Flying car to release in 2011 June 24, 2009

    Toronto: The flying car is on its way. An American company Terrafugia Transition, based near Boston, is set to unveil the dual purpose car-cum-plane vehicle called 'The Flying Car' as early as 2011. The two-seater vehicle can let you fly if you wish to avoid the congested city traffic. If you...
  • UK prepares prototype flying car for trip to Africa January 14, 2009

    London: A team of British adventurers will, on Wednesday, set off on an extraordinary journey from London to Timbuktu in the world's first road legal bio-fuelled flying car. The Parajet Skycar team says it plans to travel over six weeks through France, Spain, Morocco, Western Sahara, Mauritania and Mali, returning...