Even before the Jetsons, flying cars have been a dream of futurists everywhere. Even though the developments are simply concepts, one of the cars, the Terrafugia Transition, has now been approved by the Federal Aviation Administration.
Check out this collection of flying cars and indulge your inner Jetson, with everything from next-gen carbon-neutral flying cars to flying Ferraris to airborne autos.
Implications - Companies that look beyond the horizon of what might already be possible or expected are companies that stand the best chance of discovering the next big thing. As a result, it's no surprise to see that more and more designs are emerging that attempt to put everyday consumers in the driver seat of a personal flying vehicle.
From Next-Gen Carbon-Neutral Flying Cars to Flying Ferraris
Flying Ferraris in 2010
The Moller International 'Autovolantor'
Flying With Magnets
The Alfa Romeo Spix Concept Vehicle by Creatix
Flying Car Planned for Release in 2009
The Ramphos Flying Boat Lets You Sail The Skies
The Flying Car Takes Flight
Hovering Air Craft
Futuristic Airborne Vehicles
Introducing the Smartfish Flying Vehicle
Flying Cars on eBay
Bidding Millions of Dollars on The Moller M400 Skycar
Carbon Neutral Flying Cars
The Parajet Skycar
The DIY SkyCycle Kit Will Let Crafty People Soar
Sporty Flying Cars
The Terrafugia Transition, a Car-Plane Hybrid, Gets FAA Approval
The Milner AirCar Could Become An Eco-Friendly Mode of Transit
Rudy Heeman Builds World's First Airborne Boat
Samson Motorworks Releases Switchblade Concept
Flying Hovercraft Auctions (UPDATE)
Rudy Heeman Puts Invention Up for Sale
Next Gen Carbon Neutral Flying Cars
The 2010 Parajet Skycar
The YEE Flying Car is a Futuristic Car For City Dwellers
The ParaJet SkyCar Gets Ready for its 2010 Launch (UPDATE)
Real Flying Cars
The Terrafugia 'Transition' Vehicle Is Almost Ready for Production
$50,000 Flying Cars
Air Creations' Tanarg Trike Makes Personal Aircrafts Affordable
Flying Car Hybrids
The Terrafugia Transition is Ready to Take Flight (UPDATE)
Kickass Cars of the Future
Fighter Jet Supercars, Open Source Eco Cars and Shark-Shaped Hovercraft
Is Cikaric Dragan's Design the Future of Transportation?