The Spyker is a rare car with exquisite design details. Our country's infrastructure with its extensive roadways and Wisconsin has one of the world's best roadway infrastructures (due to the dairy industry but that is a topic for another day altogether) is falling apart.
Would the world be wise to invest technology dollars in hoover crafts? Vertical lift off cars.
Some call them skycars not be confused with the elegant and sport Spyker.
A marriage of Spyker elegance and advanced technology of the flying car - is it a real possibility or simply a dream?
It has been a dream for almost a hundred years. Even in silent films, the future usually included flying cars. However, I think it can only ever be a dream. At the beginning of the 21st century, it would be nice to see great technological advances, as there were in the early 20th century.
by Rajan Singh Jolly 7 years ago
If flying cars become a reality what will the traffic scenario be like?
by lesliebyars 6 years ago
They already exist!!!! But one day when their perfected we will be floating 24 feet up watch and see. For those of us who grew up In the 60's 70's or the 80's know what I'm saying. With all the amazing things we have built we can coast in a floating object. Man on the moon people, You heard it hear.
by Jack Lee 2 years ago
I read recently, at least three companies have a commercially viable flying car in production.Some are 100-200 mph, 2 passengers, and require special license. The cost is upwards of $400k.Do you think this is a viable alternative to current automobiles, or just a toy for millionaires...?
by ngureco 9 years ago
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by H C Palting 3 years ago
Would you buy or use a driverless car? Why or why not?
by Cristale Adams 7 years ago
Can dreams really see into the future?Is this where "deja vu" comes from? True or false and why...
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