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  1. Are These the Flying Cars We've Been Waiting For?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | PSFK

    ... autonomous octo-copter. None of these, though, resembles the vision of automotive flight as closely as the Terrafugia TF-X , which recently won FAA approval to perform model test flights. While they are undisputably awesome in theory, what makes ...

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  2. Slideshow: Flying cars, giant hamsters and new cars make the New York Auto Show fun againRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 5, 2012 | KIII

    ... with OK Go, the band who use a Sonic in their latest music video . One of the most talked about vehicles, the Terrafugia Transition (aka the "flying car") , was a sight to be seen. Its wings can expand and collapse in mere seconds and make less ...

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  3. Drones Aim to Carry Human LivesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 20 | Bad Astronomy Blog

    ... cars , except that the flying car idea almost makes more sense than a personal passenger drone. Companies such as Terrafugia envision their flying cars as being heavily automated and capable of flying themselves for the most part: effectively ...

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  4. Drones Aim to Carry Human LivesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 20 | Bad Astronomy Blog

    ... cars , except that the flying car idea almost makes more sense than a personal passenger drone. Companies such as Terrafugia envision their flying cars as being heavily automated and capable of flying themselves for the most part: effectively ...

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  5. Slideshow: Flying cars, giant hamsters and new cars make the New York Auto Show fun againRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 5, 2012 | KIII

    ... with OK Go, the band who use a Sonic in their latest music video . One of the most talked about vehicles, the Terrafugia Transition (aka the "flying car") , was a sight to be seen. Its wings can expand and collapse in mere seconds and make less ...

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  6. Drones Aim to Carry Human LivesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 20 | Bad Astronomy Blog

    ... cars , except that the flying car idea almost makes more sense than a personal passenger drone. Companies such as Terrafugia envision their flying cars as being heavily automated and capable of flying themselves for the most part: effectively ...

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  7. Slideshow: Flying cars, giant hamsters and new cars make the New York Auto Show fun againRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 5, 2012 | KIII

    ... with OK Go, the band who use a Sonic in their latest music video . One of the most talked about vehicles, the Terrafugia Transition (aka the "flying car") , was a sight to be seen. Its wings can expand and collapse in mere seconds and make less ...

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  8. Futuristic technologies that already existRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 18 | SFGate

    ... this isn't the only indication that the future is now. Keep ... more Flying cars Transition, a flying car made by Terrafugia, should hit the streets (and the skies) in 2017. One can be yours for the low, low price of $299,000. Flying cars ...

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  9. This octocopter wants to fly you at 60 mph - CNETRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 6, 2016 | CNET News.com

    ... with jetpacks, flying cars and other personal aircraft. EHang's 184 AAV is joining company like the Icon A5 and Terrafugia flying car that aim to make that personal aviation dream a reality despite difficulties with cost, safety, engineering and ...

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  10. Could This One-Passenger Autonomous Drone Change Transportation Forever?Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 6, 2016 | Fast Company

    ... it wouldn't be the only unusual small flying machine in the skies. There are, of course, flying cars, like the Terrafugia , and small airplanes. But none of those promise the ability to take a passenger from point A to point B without that person ...

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  11. The innovations, from flying cars to 'reality editors,' that tech geeks are most excited aboutRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 30, 2015 | The Oregonian

    ... want 2016 to be the year of the 200-mph flying car. Unfortunately, they're going to have to wait a little longer. Terrafugia says its TF-X will go into production in 8-12 years. Even Magic Leap 's founders have a hard time explaining exactly what ...

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  12. One Small Step for Flying CarsRead the original story

    Dec 23, 2015 | Discover

    A drone's flying test may help pave the way for flying cars. In early December, U.S. regulators gave their approval for unmanned hover tests of a miniature flying car model made by the company Terrafugia.

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  13. The year's most radical plane concepts revealedRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 24, 2015 | Daily Mail

    ... that do may never be completed in our lifetime. These are some of the most radical designs from the past year. Terrafugia said its concept vehicle that doubles as a plane and car, with fold-out wings and twin electric motors, is 10-12 years away The ...

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  14. Flying car best gadget of the future, Volvo console worst, says survey - CNETRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 26, 2015 | CNET News.com

    ... points of interactive social data to reach its definitive conclusions. At the top of its wish list was the Terrafugia TF-X . This dainty little flying and amphi-car is the primary object of desire. It's seen, apparently, as a flying car for all of ...

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  15. Mass. flying car gets OK for test flightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 19, 2015 | Concord Monitor

    ... of the Year award from the N.H. Farm and Forest Bureau, of all places. He joined the Concord Monitor in 2015. Terrafugia, the Woburn, Mass. firm that wants to make a flying car ("roadable aircraft" is their preferred term) has gotten FAA approval to ...

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  16. FAA approves flying carRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 18, 2015 | Fox News

    Why drive a car when you can fly one? That seems to be the question of the day at the Federal Aviation Administration, where test flights in U.S. airspace have just been approved. The celebrating party is none other than Terrafugia, a company that specializes in airborne vehicles.

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  17. The Flying Car - FINALLY!a Sort ofaRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 18, 2015 | YouBentMyWookie

    ... no one has ever promised us peace, but everyone seems to promise the flying car. Now, The FAA has just approved Terrafugia for flight tests of a scale model of their attempt at the world's most sought after tech. Terrafugia's TF-X is a hybrid ...

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  18. FAA Approves Terrafugia TF-X Flying Car for Testing, May Hit the Skies and Road Next YearRead the original story

    Dec 18, 2015 | TechEBlog

    The Federal Aviation Administration has just approved Terrafugia's TF-X flying car for testing. With enough space for 4 adults, it drives like a normal hybrid, with the wings neatly tucked away in a compartment located above the rocker panels for easy parking.

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  19. Flying Cars: Eternal Hope DefinedRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 18, 2015 | AVweb

    ... there where the busses don't run. Such was the case Thursday when several outlets picked up the announcement from Terrafugia that its flying car had been approved for test flights in the U.S. "The FAA Just Approved Test Flights for a Flying Car in ...

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  20. by Kevin D. WilliamsonMaybe it's just the new "Star Wars" movie...Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 18, 2015 | National Review Online

    Not in the way of flying cars, to be precise - the FAA has just approved test flights by Terrafugia's prototype - but in the way of the slightly more pedestrian but potentially much more significant self-driving automobiles. California regulators have drafted new rules for partly autonomous cars and they're about what you would expect: sundry safety-certification processes and big fat fees paid to the state.

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