The AutoMobil might not have been put on the market just yet, but at this year's SXSW, CEO Juraj Vaculik announced that soon after it is, a self-flying car will follow hot on its heels. Although that will mean restructuring traffic control in a serious way, this self-flying car can mean many great things for the current infrastructure of bustling cities. Vaculik says, "We need another revolution, we need a revolution in personal transportation."
Although there are many reasons to be skeptical about a self-flying car solution, the AutoMobil is touted as being versatile enough to make a big difference. Set to launch in 2017, the first vehicle will be a two seater and include a parachute. The release will specifically target wealthy super car buyers.
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