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The Flying Car Is Here

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If you have a brain and an imagination, you've probably had at least one dream about owning or at least sampling a flying car.

So the knowledge that a car that flies is actually here will surely fill you with quivering excitement. But, well, make sure you don't get too ahead of yourself.

Dutch company PAL-V have created the PAL-V One which has three wheels and works as some sort of cumbersome motorcycle on land but after a lengthy process, it then turns into a mini helicopter. It can only reach about 4,000 feet because of the way it's licensed for flight.

Excited still? Anyone?

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