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Picture of the Terrafugia Transition aircraft

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More: Washington - Dulles International (IAD / KIAD)
More: USA - Virginia, June 20, 2009
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A visitor from Greece posted Wed October 8, 2014:
I suppose that the operator of this machine can be called a drilot...

A visitor from Canada posted Thu August 21, 2014:
This photo of the Terrafuga airplane-car tells a story of an unusual experimental aircraft on display with people coming to view it. The photographer used the light on an overcast, drizzly day to good effect. The composition is ideal for this kind of shot and it was caught at just the right moment with people positioned well to tell the story.

A visitor from United States posted Mon July 1, 2013:
Didn't I see this in a 1948 Issue of Mechanics Illustrated?

A visitor from United States posted Sun April 29, 2012:
Nice plane/car. That's going to be how I get to work in the future.

A visitor from - posted Sun May 15, 2011:
Hmmm...Would you need both a pilot's license and a driver's license?? and what about insurance...Plane or car or both?? and then there are the DMV and FAA fees...money-wise, you'd better have a good bank account, IMO

A visitor from United States posted Sun May 15, 2011:
Interesting...

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun May 15, 2011:
One important thing to mention is that it is not a flying car. It's actually a plane that can be driven. The manufacturers keep clarifying this common misconception.

A visitor from Australia posted Sun May 15, 2011:
Didnt in the carpark means catastrophe in the air!

A visitor from New Zealand posted Thu February 3, 2011:
Could I get one with right-hand drive?

A visitor from United States posted Thu December 16, 2010:
Me too!!
does it come with cup holders?

EGM2

A visitor from Germany posted Thu December 16, 2010:
I want one!

A visitor from - posted Thu December 16, 2010:
Im apprehensive about the driving public alone...now give them something that flies!? Count me out lol

A visitor from Mauritius posted Wed June 9, 2010:
Facinating

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed June 9, 2010:
I love unconventional ideas. Great looking plane? car? should we call it a plar? or a clane?

A visitor from - posted Wed June 9, 2010:
I think the day someone designs a good car AND a good airplane is still a long way off.

A visitor from - posted Fri April 30, 2010:
Almost like a winged Volkswagen Coccinelle. T.B.

A visitor from United States posted Tue March 16, 2010:
I will buy on of those

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