The company, which has been working for years on the development of a flying car, shows off a new look.
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.
Great Scott! Marty and Doc arrive in the future in front of a live studio audience on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," where they're surprised to learn we haven't made as much progress they'd imagined.
Terrafugia, a company focused on building practical flying cars, looks at developing a vertical takeoff and landing flying car.
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We're still not sure about the whole "everyone gets a flying car" thing, but we do really like the updated look Terrafugia revealed this week for its TF-X prototype. If you're going to sit in sky traffic, we always say you should do it with style.
The TF-X will build on the company's Transition flying car and will allow drivers to take off and land vertically.
The flying car will be on display at the New York International Auto Show in April.
Pew researchers check in on US attitudes toward driverless cars, brain implants, robot caregivers, meat grown in labs, and of course, time travel.
At this summer's EAA AirVenture Oshkosh show, attendees will have the chance to participate in an effort to build an entire airplane in just seven days.