One day, your Uber driver may also be your pilot.
Geely has joined the ranks of big automakers jockeying for the first mass-market flying vehicle.
Uber plans to elevate Los Angeles and to work with NASA for a new air traffic system.
Once commercially available for use, it will travel along fixed routes at a top speed of 120 km/h (74.5 mph).
The craft can only stay aloft for about 30 minutes.
Soon, we’ll know if flying taxis are the future of transport.
More importantly, are they even practical?
The cars of tomorrow might not need to worry about potholes.
We finally got a look at Uber's plans for flying taxis.
Proof that flying cars are far more than science fiction.
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