Australia's Alauda just pulled the covers off something awesomely wacky, a full-sized, fully-operational flying electric race car. It's called the Airspeeder Mk3, and it will actually enter a race this year. Its frame uses a lightweight carbon-fiber monocoque chassis and a slippery aerodynamic teardrop body. The Airspeeder Mk3 is powered by a 96kW purely electric
Air transportation has been a long-term goal for Toyota, and now the company is moving another step forward to make it happen. On Thursday Japanese car giant Toyota said it is going to invest about $400 million in a company which is working for commercialising electric flying cars. We always dreamt of watching or driving […]
Paul Moller dreams of people getting around in flying cars. But it’s not easy to pursue a dream that many consider merely the stuff of science fiction — even if you’ve devoted decades of thought and millions of dollars to the effort, as the 70-year-old Moller has.