BlackFly Takes Its Latest Flying Car Concept to the Skies and Beyond

And you won’t need a pilot’s license to use it.

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Flying Cars are an extremely popular idea for a concept and the latest company to attempt one is BlackFly. The difference between this and other concepts is that it will have an electric personal aerial transportation system, so the owner won’t need flying lessons to use it.

It will also have distributed and isolated battery cells, cruise control and landing assist to help users. It will also have vertical takeoff and landing capability, as well as a storage unit the size of a small trailer. BlackFly’s parent company Opener is aiming to release the vehicle in 2019 and while it has no defined price, the company is aiming to have it within the range of a high-grade SUV.

In related news, Chevrolet is making a 1,000 horsepower Corvette Grand Sport.

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