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No technological dream has captured the minds of the media quite like the flying car. Marcus Leng of Blackfly believes his invention will allow it to become a reality. CBS News correspondent John Blackstone, who has chased down the flying car fantasy for 30 years, reports on this Silicon Valley innovator.

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Katsumi Skytower
THIS
i want one, red please.
R King
Absurd idea on its face. I spend 5 minutes per day on the freeway.. and even in that short time the number of stupid drivers doing exceptionally stupid things is quite high. Now we are going to let those same folks fly? Someone is kidding, YES?
Hunter Hughes
Called a helicopter people!
Sportsquirrel
What is the point of it being shaped like a boat, and why fly at a 45 degree angle.
Dutch iRacer
This will never become a success I think, what if the batteries die or catch fire in mid flight? No redundancy at all if you ask me. Self driving cars are the best option, I mean cars without a steering wheel. In the future I do not want to own a car. I want to order one when I need it and have it drive me to work and home from work. I want to sit in it (alone or with family) and tell it where I want to go. Interior should be like a train cabin, two couches facing each other and maybe a small folding table for your laptop or book or whatever.
The Wooly Ryno
What happens when it just stops mid-air?
Gregory Berndt
2019-1988=31 years yea!!!! Math
ZENOIST2
Paramotors are probably the cheapest way of flying, plus they aren't instantly fatal if the engine dies.
Bartosz Gałązkiewicz
What happens to the plane when there is a break in the power supply to the engines? Will he not fall like a brick to earth? The helicopter pilot has autorotation in stock and the aircraft pilot glides. I would not get into this flying coffin. (Well, he has a chair to catapult, because an ordinary rescue parachute will not fill up at the low cruising altitude of this drone.
Michigan USA/Singapore S.E.Asia
Michigan has this already in fact I saw it flying. I think tested by Ford for dozens of years
Jon Keller
There are so many things wrong with this idea, planes and helicopters exist the way they do for a reason. People will only die in this.
Keith Keith
Another man made thing that causes danger to the people both inside that thing but also the people on the ground.
M A
She is georgeous! Indian beauty.
Sojerner75
what happens when the battery dies - or there is some type of electric failure - during flight?
What if a motor fails?
john alexander
nothing will work until they , maybe me, make it the same size as a car. 2 seater car = 2 seater plane car / 4 seater and so on.... not to mention the weather and the dmv/chassis no.
H&S Clays
Showing same video clips for years. Is this just a rehash for CBS News?
Danielle king
flying is extremly dangerous and driving accidents in the air will be fatal nearly everytime
Tom Meyers
It will start with drone Amazon deliveries. Then drones will be used in conjunction with facial recognition to get black and brown crime under control. Then flying cars.
Tom Meyers
Meanwhile in Africa......huts.
Fascism InOurSchools
Notice they don't mention "Bird Strikes "? They failed to mention that you will have bugs the size of pigeons, crows, and seagulls!!! Bahaha!!!
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