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Skycar. Computer illustration of a skycar in flight. It is able to be driven as a normal car, but also has four large turbofans which provide the thrust to lift it into the air. Once in the air, the fans turn backwards, as seen here, to propel the skycar like an aeroplane. It will be able to reach speeds of up to 600 kilometres per hour. A computer will actually control the craft, meaning it will require little training. The skycar is being developed by Paul Moller in California, USA.
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