The flying car

The Netherlands-based company PAL-V has announced that its flying car, the PAL-V One (Personal Air and Land Vehicle), made its maiden voyage, posting a video to YouTube on April 1. A view of the PAL-V One with rotor blades folded.

By Mary Beth Quirk on April 3, 2012 4:00 PM 0 views Fire up the flux capacitor and tell Doc you'll be back in time for dinner — a so-called flying car is scheduled to be debuted at the New York Auto Show this week. And while it won't travel through

Fire up the flux capacitor and tell Doc you'll be back in time for dinner — a so-called flying car is scheduled to be debuted at the New York Auto Show this week. And while it won't travel through time and Marty McFly won't

for the Dutch have just delivered the ultimate future machine: They have made a flying car. Yup, it's safe and legal on roads all over the world, it flies, and it looks like something 007 would drive. It's that sleek and stylish. I will take two,

The aircraft manufacturing company Terrafugia Inc. in Woburn, Massachusetts has developed a flying car that runs on unleaded automotive fuel and can be used on the street as a regular vehicle and in the air as a small private plane.