USS-299. A futuristic submarine concept by Albert Guardiola.
3 Flying Car Already Exist
A flying car is hypothetical personal aircraft that provides door-to-door aerial transportation as conveniently as a car but without the requirement for roads, runways or other specially prepared operating areas. In addition, the aircraft lacks any visible means of lift (unlike fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters), thus allowing it to be operated in urban areas and close to buildings, people and other obstructions. Fulfillment of some of these goals is being attempted by personal air vehicles being developed. The term "flying car" has also been used to refer to roadable aircraft and hovercars. Traffic jams are the bane of any commuter. Many of us spend an hour or so stuck in traffic every week. The growing population is partly to blame for our congested roads, but the main problem is that we are not expanding our transportation systems fast enough to meet ever increasing demands. One solution is to create a new type of transportation that doesn't rely on roads, which could one day make traffic jams a 20th century relic. To do this, we must look to the sky. This video will show you the 3 Flying Car Already Exist. PAL-V：http://pal-v.com/ Terrafugia：http://www.terrafugia.com/ AeroMobil：http://www.aeromobil.com/
Verticopter Part 1
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Flying car developer says he's $80 million closer to making sci-fi dream a reality.
Flying car developer Dr. Paul Moller gets cash infusion to help put his car/plane hybrid on the roads and in the skies by 2016. By joining with an outside firm and moving production to China, the California-based Moller International group says they're on the fast track toward making sci-fi dream a reality.