Flying car innovator believes he can finally The Country The World Says Doesn't 1 day ago   09:13

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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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Simple Psychiatry
how is this a car?
Bran Scoffield
I love the look of this aircraft and for those who live out in rural areas or indeed the wilderness this would be a special piece of kit. This aircraft could also save lives, It could be adapted or modified for the rescue services. It could assist in the poaching that goes on in Africa for instance at very low cost if solar tech is used to charge the batteries. Price of an SUV wow this is going to change things!
Grimm LaStand
All of these comments are garbage. if you dont want one, dont buy one ⬇⬆
Its a people sized drone.
john harris
So basically it's an electric powered VTOL aircraft?
Vincent Lederer
Flying cars are just small aircraft/Helicopters
Eric Sonnemans
I wish I can use that already
William Pittman
he really hit the mega bucks on the flying car! the design is revolutionary notice no wheels so it's less weight and instantaneous flight!
Not loud at all, is it...? Imagine that thing dropping off your neighbours at 3am. Sweet dreams.
Eric B
Number one on my Christmas list!
We already have flying cars. They're called Helicopters.
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بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم .
اللهم صلِ على نبينا محمد .
( ربنا يسعد كل من اشترك في قناتي ) 💕
Handsome Beluga Whale
Umm... this was already real in the 70s... So yeah misleading title
There is clearly nobody in the vehicles when they are flying. It's just a giant quadcopter with a fake cockpit. Add a 150-200lb human and 200lbs of batteries for more than a 10min flight and it's a brick. Obvious scam.
If the batteries die, heads up.
Car computers die all the time! Whoever buys it, good luck! I suggest buying an airplane, if engine dies, you can still land it.
John Zabik
People cant drive on the road and now they will be in the air
Corey Steiner
The technology might be there but the FAA and stupid drivers will keep it grounded.
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