A ‘flying car’ firm has revealed footage of a futuristic vehicle that might be the closest thing to a podracer you’ll ever be able to buy.
Kitty Hawk, which counts Google founder Larry Page as an investor, says a consumer version of the electric aircraft will go on sale this year.
And because the Flyer is classified as an ultralight aircraft, pilots won’t require a license to fly it – at least not in the US.
The Flyer, which is designed to be flown above water, is one of a number of flying vehicles set to be launched over the next few months.
AeroMobil is set to open pre-orders on its first commercially available car-plane hybrid by the end of the year.
And people in Dubai will be able to travel around in driverless quadcopters as soon as this July.
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