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Do you know that we are in the era of Flying Cars

Flying cars as we all know was just a fiction, many people talked about it in ages past.But people did not believe that it will ever existence.But now flying cars no more a fiction or myths.The future they say is closer than you think.Many tech giants have taken the mantle upon on their shoulders to bring flying cars into a reality.Now welcome into my showroom of flying cars.

1.Airbus Pop.Up Mobility Service

During the 87th Geneva International Motor Show, Italdesign and Airbus world-premiered Pop.Up, the first modular, fully electric, zero emission concept vehicle system designed to relieve traffic congestion in crowded megacities. Pop.Up envisages a modular system for multi-modal transportation that makes full use of both ground and airspace.

2.The Pal V Flying Car

The Dutch flying car developer announced this week that the Liberty, its three-wheel gyrocopter, is now for sale, with first deliveries expected by the end of 2018.The Liberty is a three-wheeled gyrocoptor capable of cruising speeds of 160 km/h on land and in air. Its 27-gallon petrol tank provides a 350-kilometre flight range or approximately 1,200 kilometres on the road.It is currently available for pre-order costing between 300,000 to 500,000 euros.

3.The Kitty Hawk Flying Car

The Kitty Hawk Flyer is a new, all-electric aircraft. It is safe, tested and legal to operate in the United States in uncongested areas under the Ultralight category of FAA regulations.It was  first designed to specifically to fly over water. You don’t need a pilot’s license and you’ll learn to fly it in minutes. The working prototype was publicly revealed  in April 2017. The official Flyer will be available by the end of this year.

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Anane Ebenezer

I am from Ghana (West Africa).My core aim for developing TechGenez is to "Connect People All Over The World to the World of Technology". God Bless You for passing by.

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