This is the Flying Car the FAA just approved for test flights in US airspace
Technology is the collection of techniques, skills, methods, processes used in the production of great or services or in the achievement of objectives, such a scientific investigation. It can be embedded in machines, computers, devices, factories, which can be operated by individuals without complete knowledge of the working of such things. Here we talk about the car. We all use cars to drive. But it is also possible that car is use for fly. So, here we mentioned about The Flying Car the FAA just approved for test flights in US airspace inside our article.
The Flying Car: The future is now. We have all been waiting for a flying car to finally arrive since “The Jetson’s.”
The Federal Aviation administration just approved test flights for this amazing concept flying car from Terrafugia, accompany founded by MIT aerospace engineers based in Massachusetts.
Their scale model will be permitted to reach altitudes of 121 meters and speeds of 160 km/h. It can use US air space throughout the country, but the team behind it must be in communication with the important authorities at all times.
The FAA gave clearance to test an unmanned version of the car, which will be also shrunk in size to about a 10th of the original model. If the TF-X ever makes it to market, it will have a cruising speed of 322 km/h with an 805-km flight range, and will require no runway space whatsoever to take off and land.
The 4 passenger hybrid vehicle will include rechargeable batteries that can be changed either by its engine or by electric car charging stations. It will be small enough to drive on regular roads and fit in regular garages, and the flying part will be computer operated, so you won’t have to be a pilot to drive one.
So, here we provide you video of The Flying Car you can see in the video above.
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