Flying Car – A New Dimension of Personal Freedom

Flying Car – A New Dimension of Personal Freedom. A street-legal airplane that converts between flying and driving modes in under a minute, the Transition brings a new level of freedom, flexibility, and fun to personal aviation. Terrafugia Transition flying car performed its first public demonstrations in front of a crowd at the 2013 EAA Airventure Oshkosh. Dreaming about flying cars is an ecstatic’s idea from the 20th Century, and The Transition to street-legal airplanes is a novel step on the road to the practical flying car.
Terrafugia’s vision is definitely a future bold concept to lead the creation of a new industry and bring personal aviation into the mainstream. The company is starting with proven technology and the product roadmap is designed to make personal aviation progressively safer and accessible to a broader segment of the population.
The company’s ability to communicate and access information is increasing intensely; personal transportation has not improved considerably in the past fifty years.  Traveling is today is more of a hassle, and airlines have an impressive safety record; commercial air travel is far from convenient.
Cars let you set your own schedule, but they are sluggish and dangerous, these days the average commuter spends nearly five hours a week stuck in traffic, and when you see global analysis, more than one million people die in car crashes each year.  This era needs the safety of commercial aviation, convenience, flexibility, and freedom of the open sky.
Our target is to introduce a new industry that makes personal aviation safer, as simple as driving the own vehicle which is convenient for everyone. Terrafugia intends to lead the creation of a new flying car industry that will help humanity achieve this new dimension of personal freedom.
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