This is some footage (including first person POV) of the latest iteration of the Jetson ONE eVTOL (electric vertical take off and landing) vehicle cruising around the countryside of Tuscany, Italy. Pretty cool, but it’s still just a giant quadrocopter capable of lifting a person. The sound of operating one
Because at least some people still care about us seeing a glimpse of the future before the world ends, the AirCar Prototype 1 has officially received a Certificate Of Airworthiness, and the company plans to have production models available next year. But they are going to change the name, right?
The future: it’s almost here. Sure Back To The Future II totally lied to us and I’m still bitter about it, but enough about the angry letters I write to Robert Zemeckis, this is a sizzle reel for the Jetson ONE all-electric personal flying vehicle filmed at a golf course.
This is a video of the all-electric Jetson ONE single-seat vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) flying machine (seen here previously) taking a flight through the woods. And by flight through the woods I mean along a straight cleared path through the woods, not like the speeder bike chase scene on
This is the launch trailer for the ~$92,000 Jetson ONE, a personal all-electric vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) aircraft named for the cartoon family of the future. Now if it just folded up into a briefcase like George’s flying car we’d really be in business. Jetson ONE is an ultralight
Because some people still care about trying to make the 2020’s look like the future 1990’s movies made us believe they would be, Slovakia based flying car company Klein Vision has just successfully completed its first inter-city flight test. Flying the approximately 46 miles from an airport in Nitra to
This is a test flight of the Jetson ONE, a single person multi-rotor EVTOL (electric vertical take-off and landing) copter. The Jetson ONE, which doesn’t appear to live up to its namesake (George Jetson’s flying car folded up into a briefcase), is capable of speeds up to 63MPH and a
This is a video released by GM for CES imagining a Cadillac-branded electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) air vehicle of the future. Some more details while I realize just how badly Back To The Future II lied to us about how advanced 2015 was supposed to be: The sleek,