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What you might have missed: Elon Musk putting another pie-in-the-sky future-tech competitor on blast.
Turns outthinks flying cars are gonna suck. He also thinks they .
"There will be zillions of these things flying all over the place and, inevitably, somebody's not going to service their car properly and they're going to drop a hubcap and it's going to guillotine somebody," said Musk, speaking.
"Guillotine". It's a visceral, visual word that I don't necessarily enjoy typing, but I find Musk's theory a little unrealistic. First off -- why the hell would a flying car have hubcaps? It probably won't even have wheels. That being said, the flying car dream, which most of us have been harbouring since Back to the Future Part II hit cinemas, is probably unrealistic for a number reasons. Almost as unrealistic as .
Bring on the super fast underground tube rides that cost $1 a pop.
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