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Cars that are able to transform depending on the traffic specifics have become widespread. If a long journey awaits you, a car of a medium size sprouts wings and moves through the air; and in dense urban traffic it turns back into a compact city car.

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Ben No just no 08 Jul 2019
Fredo San Flying cars required special laws. It won't be solved in 13 years, even if the technology allowed those cars. 06 Feb 2019
Stephen Bridgwater I predict this to be true based on satellite navigated, self driving vehicles, following routes on land and by air. 06 Feb 2019
Adan V Highly unlikely in the enxt decade, however I do see it happening at some point in time. Maybe not "wings" per say but something similar that would give the ability to levitate the car. 06 Feb 2019
Mattia Maybe in 2050 06 Feb 2019
Matteo Sommaruga Energy consumption would also be quite critical. We need a clearly advancement in energy storage before making compact flying cars possible. 06 Feb 2019
Will Longaphie If a car had the ability to fly, why wouldn't people just fly everywhere, all the time? Do you really think people would be that selective?? Seriously? 06 Feb 2019
John Horvath Flying cars were predicted for the early 90's ,still no any on the streets ,or in the air. The reason is simple, not infrastructure for this type of vehicle. and it cannot be developed in such a short period of time. 06 Feb 2019