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The Eduardo Galvani Fly Citycopter Plane is Designed for Transit

 - May 6, 2014
References: hemisferiocriativo & mymodernmet
The Eduardo Galvani Fly Citycopter vehicle has been designed specifically to accommodate one's daily commute. The personal vehicle can be used in place of cars or buses, providing an alternative form of transportation that is more efficient in comparison to standard modes of travel.

The Fly Citycopter can move at speeds of up to 120 miles per hour. In addition to being forward-thinking, it is also environmentally friendly. Encasing the machine are solar panels, enabling users to do away with roads and gas altogether. It is also equipped with an electric engine.

The plane's interior is fit with a touch-screen and joystick. For those accustomed to the aircraft concept, it will be simple to use as it features an automatic take-off system.