Tech April 25, 2017   |  by

This ‘Flying Car’ Prototype will be Available for Purchase Later this Year

Your dreams of flight can now come true thanks to this ‘flying car’.

Backed by Google’s co-founder Larry Page, the Kitty Hawk Flyer is an all-electric ‘flying car’ that lets you soar over water.

Unveiled in a YouTube video, it shows the Flyer in action as it zips and flies above a lake. With the mission of making personal flights a reality, it does not require a pilot’s license to operate.

In fact, the Flyer promises people that they will be able to fly the aircraft in a matter of minutes.

The price of the aircraft is yet to be announced, but the company is inviting eager pilots to sign up for its three-year membership. Priced at US$100 (approx. S$140), members will enjoy priority placement on the waiting list, gain exclusive access to flight demonstrations and events, and receive a US$2,000 (approx. S$2786) discount off the retail price of the Flyer.

The Flyer will be commercially available later this year.

To learn more about this revolutionary aircraft, please visit its website.

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