If you thought flying cars only existed in your boyhood dreams and fantasies, think again, for the day is not far when you will be actually riding and/or flying the world’s first fuel-electric hybrid Air car. Aircraft designer Michael Moshier and test pilot Robert Bulaga – the guys responsible for the development of Solo Trek/Springtail Exoskeleton Flying Vehicle have just announced plans to develop the hybrid Air Car by forming a new company. If you look at the flying car a little closely, you will begin to see that it bears a striking resemblance to your Parrot AR Drone. Gone are the days when playing with baller toys were the only means to satisfy your boyhood dreams. The time has now come to dream the impossible and watch it become possible.
The hybrid Air Car will use the latest technological breakthroughs in parts and electronics with duct-fan technology used in the earlier Springtail single person vertical take-off and landing vehicle (VTOL). If any of you ballers are interested in kick-starting this project, funding it and watching it soar, you may be interested in learning that the developers are looking for investment partners. Imagine how this flying car could whisk you from your chateau in the middle of nowhere where transportation services are unheard of to your mansion in the Hidden Hills. From a recreation vehicle to super-specialty emergency services for ballers, the uses are aplenty.
Of course, the cost of this airworthy land vehicle from development to market would be exorbitant. And there’s no doubt that only the ballers with overflowing pots of gold will be able to translate their boyhood dreams into a reality.
Given that the Transition air car by Terrafugia has a 2012 delivery time line and several other dream projects such as the Hoverbike and mycopter have recently seen the light of day, this Hybrid Air Car may soon become a reality. Development of the Air Car is slated to be in the United States. For more information on the Flying Car plan for investment opportunities, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Sponsor anonymity is assured.