Toyota To Work On A Flying Car

Posted: Jun 30 2016, 12:26pm CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

Toyota to Work on a Flying Car
  • Toyota Working on a Flying Car

Toyota Patent suggest that dreams of a flying car are not dead yet.

From the start, one of the main wishes of people were to be able to fly. We do have aircraft and helicopters but it is a dream of everyone to have a flying car. Isn’t it?

Popular mechanism have claimed for a long time that they will be able to provide the flying cars in future which will be above to avoid traffic jams. This car would make your dream of getting anywhere in lesser time true.

Toyota’s patent filing for a car with adjustable body panels was seen by us. We are going to discuss them with you her. Its shape is pretty much sleek and is shaped like a tear drop.

This concept has a small propeller on the back which will make the car soar through the skies whenever the driver will want to. However this kind of experimentation was done by many companies including Terrafugia, which failed most of the time.

According to this recent Patent which was filed by Toyota in December, 2014, this car has a unique shape, according to AutoBlog. The configuration of different panels used in vehicle will make it a great choice for flying mode and for landing as well.

This kind of Patent filed by Toyota might just be for fun. As it is seen that motor companies tend to file patents just for the concept of it as well. This can be made by anybody from the high authorities to any bored worker scribbling on paper.

This concept is pretty cool, if it comes to life. However there are so many things that will need fixing in this model. Whatever happens, it doesn’t look like we are going to get a flying Prius any soon.

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