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Terrafugia Flying Car

Time will come that you will see cars flying around. The technology is here. They just need to perfect it.

Last March 5, 2009, the Terrafugia Transition successfully made its maiden voyage at Plattsburgh International Airport. Terrafugia Transition is the name of their flying car.

Here are some pictures from their website.

More information from Cnet News:

As a car, the two-seat Transition is designed to be easy on garages and oncoming traffic–its wings fold up quite snugly. In folded mode, the approximately 19-foot-long vehicle is 80 inches wide, and 6 feet, 9 inches high. As an airplane, it stands a few inches shorter and has a wingspan of 27 feet, 6 inches.

The vehicle runs off unleaded fuel from your run-of-the-mill gas station for both terrestrial and aerial travel, cruising at highway speeds on land and better than 115 miles per hour in the air.

Marhgil Macuha

Marhgil Macuha is a Computer Engineering graduate of Batangas State University. He is currently a Senior Solutions Developer at a Canadian IT company.


  1. grabe na talaga ang teknology ngayon. hi tech na talaga. baka sa susunod may stealth mode na yang mga yan. katulad ng eroplano ng x-men. 🙂

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  3. the only thing stopping man from conquering the world is, man 🙂
    today a flying car, tomorrow, time travel!

  4. that proves how intelligent humans are. people will never stop to discover things as long as they still have lives to live… 🙂

  5. Actually matagal nang concept yan. sa popular mechanics ko yata nabasa yan almost ten years ago pa. Pero ang tagal yata ngayon lang nag karoon ng prototype.

  6. I saw a video on that yesterday, it was astonishing. The thought of being able to fly anywhere makes the imagination run wild. What kind of fuel will it use? The price tag on one of these things is the same as a Bentley-YIKEs…you can actually reserve one with a $10,000 refundable deposit.

  7. Hey what happen to Professor Philip Brainard invention?

  8. wow! this car is awesome, but i think this still needs more testing to do, and real challenge for this one is how to mass produce this and will it be affordable?

  9. I saw this car from the news. Nakakatakot sakyan.

  10. ang problem ng flying car na yan e kapag dadaan k ng slex at nlex, mahihirapan k magbayad ng toll kasi di kasya sa toll gate.lol!hahehehehe

  11. cool..there is no impossible in human minds…

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