Ferrari Skycar Holden Ute- Fast Lane Daily - 20Nov07

Ferrari goes green, a construction worker tries to hit 500MPH on two wheels, and Holden may finally pump out a new Ute. Hosted by Andrea Feczko. Check out http://feed.fastlanedaily.com and don't forget to subscribe to us via iTunes.

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World Debut of Rinspeed sQuba, First Underwater "Flying" Car
Get the complete story at http://www.theautochannel.com/news/2008/02/14/077713.html Thirty years after the movie thriller "The Spy Who Loved Me" hit the silver screen, 'sQuba' is the first car that can actually fly under water. The Rinspeed sQuba will have it's world debut at the 2008 Geneva Motor Show.





Fastest Amphibious Cars in the World - www.WaterCar.com - Python Edition (prototype only)
www.fvbodyworks.com to find out who built this amazing vehicle! Fountain Valley Bodyworks has been voted the best body shop in Orange County for all your Auto Body Repair Needs! Google+ Page: https://plus.google.com/+Fvbodyworks Also, check our new video for 2013: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLrKQ_UQZN8 WaterCar Amphibious Car built by auto body shop Fountain Valley Body Works. Check out the website www.fvbodyworks.com or www.WaterCar.com for more information. This video was filmed in Orange County California and shows the latest WaterCar designed and built by the most advanced autobody shop in Orange County.





Car or Motor Bike? Jeremy tries out the EcoMobile - Jeremy Clarkson's Motorworld - BBC
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Terrafugia - Flying Car
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Di2v4OwFQQ THIS VERSION HAS BETTER MUSIC. wont let me change the music so watch the other one. :) Woburn, MA June 3, 2009: Terrafugia, Inc. has successfully completed the flight testing program designed for its Transition Roadable Aircraft Proof of Concept. Having been dubbed The Flying Car, the Transition completed its historic first flight on March 5, 2009 with 27 additional flights completed over the next several weeks. The successful completion of flight-testing with the Proof of Concept concludes the first stage of a four stage process to bring the Transition into production. Work is underway on Stage 2, the Beta Prototype. First delivery is expected in 2011. The Proof of Concept vehicle is the first and only Transition to be built thus far. It has now achieved its goals by demonstrating driving, flying, and automated transformation between the two in one integrated aircraft. The flights conducted a plan set specifically for the Transition: characteristics such as handling, performance, and take-off and landing, stability and stall were evaluated. B-Roll footage is available of representative flights. The flight-testing program demonstrated the safety of the vehicle in the air while identifying modifications that will be incorporated into the next Transition model to be built, the Beta Prototype. Test Pilot Colonel (Retired) Phil Meteer had a positive review of flying the POC: I would like to keep flying this Proof of Concept vehicle, but it makes sense to move on to the Beta Prototype. Categorized as a Light Sport Aircraft, the Transition requires a Sport Pilot certificate to fly. It is a two-seat aircraft designed to take off and land at local airports and drive on any road. Transforming from plane to car takes the pilot less than 30 seconds. The Transition will cruise up to 450 miles at over 115 mph, will drive at highway speeds on the road, and fits in a standard household garage. The vehicle has front wheel drive on the road and a propeller for flight. Both modes are powered by unleaded automotive gasoline. By giving pilots a convenient ground transportation option, the Transition reduces the cost, inconvenience, and weather sensitivity of personal aviation. It also increases safety by incorporating automotive crash structures and allowing pilots to drive under bad weather. Refundable airframe reservations are currently being accepted. Terrafugia (ter-ra-FOO-gee-ah), based in Woburn, MA, is comprised of a team of award-winning engineers who have been advancing the state of personal aircraft since 2006. Founded by five pilots who are graduates of MIT and supported by a world-class network of advisors and private investors, Terrafugias mission is the innovative expansion of personal mobility. "Terrafugia" is Latin for "escape from land."




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