This Amazing Flying Car Is Made By DeLorean

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DeLorean, the car company that brought us the foundation for the time machine featured in the 80’s classic series of films, ‘Back to the Future’ has announced it is currently developing a new model; a futuristic flying car.

DeLorean goes ‘Back to the Future’

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Paul DeLorean, nephew of John DeLorean, the CEO of the original ill-fated car company, during an interview for ‘Wired’ magazine, explained the company’s new concept vehicle which is claimed to be capable of carrying two people and taking off and landing vertically.

“We are moving forward on a full-size, piloted prototype which will carry two passengers and is designed to operate, fully electric, for a range of 193 kilometers.”

Using a pair of electrically powered swiveling fans to provide the car with both upwards and forward propulsion and two sets of 5.6-meter wings, at 6 meters long, this is one car that is not going to fit into your average garage.

With a recent spate of declarations of intent, and products at various states of design and testing by a seemingly endless stream of start-ups in the the flying car business, there is a lot of investment being made in a future of personal air/road transport, but what other hurdles are there to ‘fly’ over before we are all whizzing to work in our glorified drones?

Obviously, transport infrastructure would have to go through a radical upgrade. If flying cars were to become the norm, as well as a huge queue on the North Circular on the morning commute, there would probably also be delays at the ‘Third Rock from the Sun’. Imagine replacing the worlds current 1.2 billion road vehicles with vehicles that could also fly, bedlam!

As for the massive amounts of legislature required to license the cars and their pilots; the British government’s inability to negotiate their way out of Europe would suggest that this might be a very long process indeed!

Whether piloted or autonomous, flying cars, or at least some mode of personal road and air transport will no doubt become a reality in the future annals of transport in some form or another, but I’d suggest that this 51- year-old geek will sadly not see that day.

Now I wonder if this will be another DeLorean ‘car-in-the-sky’ project paid for by the British Government? There may still be a huge empty factory in Belfast.

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