Aston Martin today unveiled the Volante Vision flying car concept.     

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The Volante Vision utilizes vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) technology, so it can land on a dime in tight urban areas.  

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It packs hybrid-electric power and is capable of autonomous flight (as far as concepts are capable of anything).

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The whole front wing looks like a crazy version of a Formula 1 front wing.   

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The main fuselage is sleek, like something you might find in a concept previewing the next generation of fighter jets.

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It's not very large, either, taking up the space of about two Valkyrie track toys.   

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The interior looks as luxurious as you'd expect from Aston Martin.    

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The Volante Vision was conceived in partnership with Cranfield University, Cranfield Aerospace Solutions and Rolls-Royce.    

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The Rolls-Royce in question is the one in charge of aircraft turbines, not the automaker. They're separate entities.

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Keep on scrolling to check out even more pictures of Aston Martin's flying car concept.

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