Year 3000, like in Futurama.:lookaround:
The US Militaryhas been working with flying cars for decades but none were succesful so they abandoned the idea but, there is another flying car in the works for civilians. Its still in the experimental stage but i expect to see in the market in bout 10-15 years. Go google Moller Skycar. Paul Moller is the guy who designed it, he owns Moller International, not sure where its located but its somewhere in the continental US. Im gunna find this guy and ask for a free ride, this thing can reach a speed of about 380 mph, the ultimate ride! Just found out that you can pre-order it in the US and UK US = about $600,000.00 UK= about £324,000.00 http://www.braincourse.com/saucera.html http://www.gizmohighway.com/transport/skycar.htm
Pure-Chaosi hope not.. i mean what happens if you break down? or crash? if you do your chances of surviving will be slim, and if they are not high enouth to do any real damage why bother with it all? lol. I dont see the point in the idea..
That's why you put ACES II seats in it. That's what fighter pilots do when things go pigshit. :lol:
I watched something on the discovery channel that talked about fluing cars, and one guy said that we should be seeing them in 10 years. And I'm thinking, "Hahaha, I doubt that." For real, I'd say 30-50 years.
Biggus DickusI hope never. Human is yet not able to drive correctly on the ground. I can imagine the result in the air.
good point. thats a scary thought a drunk 16 year old driving a flying car :eek: