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terrafugia

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Terrafugia unveils new TF-X flying-car design

The company, which has been working for years on the development of a flying car, shows off a new look.

By July 21, 2015

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At Oshkosh, Terrafugia's flying car finally soars for the public

At the EAA AirVentures air show, Terrafugia's Transition flying car took to the air and put on quite a show. And then drove away. CNET Road Trip 2013 was there and can vouch for it.

By August 1, 2013

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Terrafugia's vision for a VTOL flying car (pictures)

Terrafugia, a company focused on building practical flying cars, looks at developing a vertical takeoff and landing flying car.

11 Images By May 6, 2013

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Terrafugia to develop vertical takeoff flying car

The TF-X will build on the company's Transition flying car and will allow drivers to take off and land vertically.

By May 6, 2013

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Terrafugia's flying car heading to NY auto show

The flying car will be on display at the New York International Auto Show in April.

By March 1, 2012

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Terrafugia Transition takes flight

The Terrafugia Transition, a car that can transition to an airplane, debuts at the 2012 New York auto show.

By April 5, 2012

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Terrafugia: The flying car flies again

A flight and a drive to local airport mark further progress toward planned availability next year of the Transition, a street-legal personal airplane.

By April 2, 2012

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Road-legal flying car takes wing

At an airshow in Wisconsin, US, transforming flying car Terrafugia Transition took to the sky in its first 10-minute public demo flight.

By August 5, 2013

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Buckle up! Terrafugia flying car approved for roads

Terrafugia's Transition flying car can be driven on roads. Just don't expect to take to the skies to avoid rush hour.

By July 6, 2011

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Terrafugia 'flying cars' could go on sale in 2011

Having found a new manufacturing home, company says its "flying car" could go into low-volume production late next year with a price range of $200,000 to $250,000.

By September 8, 2010