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Top 7 Most Amazing Real Flying Cars Coming Before 2020 .

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Do you want to see that the top 7 most amazing future real flying cars that are really coming before 2020 ? You will be surprised to see that flying cars are not more science fiction ,but a reality. This future is coming. Some of these amazing real cars will even hit the market between 2018 and 2020. The transportation will change forever and in near future.These are the future cars we will drive and you don t need to wait until 2050 or 2100. Here are 6 flying cars that can actually fly and there is a bonus at the end of the video.These are real flying cars. 6-Velocopter flying drone: This amazing car was created by Intel and Velocopter a German start-up. This drone,operates like a helicopter. It was sucessfully tested in Dubai in 2017.The car is coming in 2020, It will make the transportation more easier in the future. 5-Lilium flying car :Another german firm developed a flying drone with a large capacity.This drone will hit the market in 2020 too.You will need a pilot license to fly it. 4-PAL-V Flying Car The launch of the PAL-V ONE marks a truly historic event: the birth of a new class of vehicles offering unprecedented freedom, adventure, flexibility and pleasure – all in one product! 3-AeroMobil 3.0 AeroMobil is a flying car that perfectly makes use of existing infrastructure created for automobiles and planes, and opens doors to real door-to-door travel. As a car it fits into any standard parking space, uses regular gasoline, and can be used in road traffic just like any other car. 2-Ehang 184 flying car:this chinese maker build a self driving car that perform very well.This amazing car will carry one passenger and can be used as a taxi too.It was tested with sucess in Dubai in 2017.The car will arrive in 2020. 1-Terrafugia TF-X™ The TF-X flying car won’t require an airport for takeoff and landing, and it will drive on all roads and highways - providing the convenience of true door-to-door transportation. Credit: Credit: Terrafugia.com.com Here are 2 more future cars bonus; 1-Airbus Popup:Airbus unveiled this concept in 2017. This drone car,will have more technology that the actual cars.The face recognition technology and many more technlogy will be included.Airbus and Italdesign world-premiered Pop.Up, the first modular, fully electric, zero emission concept vehicle system designed to relieve traffic congestion in crowded megacities. Pop.Up envisages a modular system for multi-modal transportation that makes full use of both ground and airspace. The feasible concept is the result of Ital design and Airbus joint reflection on how to address the mobility challenges of megacities achievable for a majority, which has become one of the most pressing issues for commuters in megacities worldwide. With traffic congestion projected to hugely increase by 2030, the companies decided to combine their engineering expertise to tackle how to best achieve a sustainable, modular and multimodal urban mobility system - giving rise to the Pop.Up concept. Audi shark concept car:This is the most amazing future concept cars of all time that could become a reality in 2030. This was imagined in 2009.Since then,Audi works hard to make it a reality, Please enjoy the video! Please like and share it!
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Andrew Napolitano (2 hours ago)
Literally excited for none of those except the Audi anti gravity car. That's the real flying car, everything else is just a plane or helicopter. The Airbus thing at the end was kinda cool but I was not impressed with all the other cumbersome models
alton Davis (18 hours ago)
America needs to go on a HUGE DIET....... FAST!!!! Lol
Inyalabudbud Punjabbidaliwad (3 days ago)
Concept stuff been around since the 1930’s. Never will be mass transit. Too much can go wrong, and the “Gods Of Safety” must be appeased at the “Alter Of 100% Safety”. First autonomous vehicle that kills a good looking babe like in this video, will be banned from the air by the F.A.A. No George Jetson yet:((
Light test (4 days ago)
This is real, they are
dominickhs (6 days ago)
What about the Switchblade from Samson?
Mortimer Snurd (6 days ago)
I don't see flying cars(a vehicle that can be driven on the street as well as flown in the air) happening in the United States for a long time because of the infrastructure and government red tape. Cities and the U.S. government can't afford to keep highways, bridges and other infrastructure repaired, replaced, or keep up with technology now. What will happen if within a few years there are hundreds if not thousands of more vehicles in the air. Who will be responsible for keeping those skies safe and inspecting the craft? The FAA? The cities? How will the government afford more ATC?? There may be vehicles that can fly a few feet off the ground, although I don't know what places they will be able to fly. But ones that can be driven as easily as a car and flown hundreds to thousands of feet in the air. I'm sorry but I don't see this happening in the US anytime soon.
Walter Taylor (7 days ago)
could do without the music
GlassDeviant (7 days ago)
When placing text over a varying background, it's good to use drop shadowed or outlined text to prevent any light or white parts of the background from washing out our text, making it unreadable.
Darren Munsell (7 days ago)
Airbus is a Registered name world wide, nice try graphic artist.
Darren Munsell (7 days ago)
10:40 - LMAO = That won't fly
Ole' TRex (13 days ago)
Wow, those are some really pricey caskets...
UsualSuspect072 (15 days ago)
the last one was great 200 mph 500mile rang with no run way,,,, I want one
elinael (18 days ago)
While flying cars would be better whil you can fly in the air avoiding traffic these are useless, you can just get a helicopter.
Tony Price (29 days ago)
None up to scratch. Sorry!
Richard Deese (30 days ago)
Some of these have been in the works for quite a while now. I keep waiting for 'flying cars' to become a reality, but I keep being disappointed. Besides, the U.S. government will have a lot of catching up to do regarding regulation of consumer air traffic! Additionally, small airports will have to be created by the thousands all over America to avoid severe overcrowding; not to mention air traffic control issues. I doubt today's terribly outdated air traffic computers could handle tens of thousands of new flight plans. It'd also be inconvenient to have to file a flight plan just to go see a friend! All of these issues (and more, I'm sure) will have to be addressed before flying cars can become common. As for autonomy, we can't even do that on the ground, yet! Finally, I don't mean to seem rude, but whoever does the captions could use a little help with their English grammar. Rikki Tikki.
Joe V (1 month ago)
man, almost anything can be made to fly....( duck....rock...etc)….ya need something that if, need be, CAN GLIDE as well !
Wayne Bynoe (1 month ago)
Frank M (1 month ago)
Why is no one talking about the samson switchblade?
Graziano Soccio (1 month ago)
look more like driving helicopters then flying cars...
Bob The Minion (1 month ago)
Solution: Don't decide to be be a rich guy who never worked day in his life
letsjet (1 month ago)
The V-22 Osprey built by the professionals at Boeing was designed over a period of many years. Several of them crashed before the bugs were worked out of the design. I don't have much faith in the more exotic machines, especially the ones who only exist as a computer graphic.
ronald waterhouse (1 month ago)
we are at the dawn of a new form of transport. i cant wait to fly, if i cant buy one, i will make one.
can tho (1 month ago)
How about BlackFly Ultralight for under $45,000....with vertical take off and so easy to fly it takes only 5 minutes guide to learn..... production now.
Chocolate Chip (1 month ago)
I got my eyes on the aeromobil 3.0 and the E-Hang
Vinny B. (1 month ago)
I think it's hilarious how some people think that we are going to implement flying cars into are system of transportation (Like George Jetson LOL). Maybe we will at some point but not the way most people think it's going to be. You're definitely not going to be able to pull out your driveway and just takeoff. That would be extremely dangerous and stupid. The State/FAA is going to be all over this with license/permit/registration and more than likely you will need to drive your vehicle to a facility such as a local airport and file a flight plan to use it (so much for convenience). Above and beyond the cost of the vehicle, this all cost the kind of money most people cannot afford. And even if they could afford it, imagine the skies full of these things flitting around here and there. Really? We have trouble enough staying organized here on the ground. A fender bender at 1500ft? Need I say more?
just me (1 month ago)
At school in the 60's, we were told that by the year 2000, we'd have robots doing all the work and that we'd all have flying cars. 2000 was 18 years ago, WHERE'S MY FLYING CAR? I'm retired, so couldn't care less about the robots.
John Lindberg (1 month ago)
Whre is the redundancy in the TF-X? What if a motor fails or bird strike? There appears to be no backup.
Dee Dubya (1 month ago)
None of this has happened yet. Not real. Only concept and nothing actually happening.
Parkys Place (1 month ago)
More like planes with wheels a flying car is first a car none of these make the Grade as cars
chemical mike (1 month ago)
tf-x; the jetsons want their car back
chemical mike (1 month ago)
ehang134; why the cgi? looks claustrophobically tiny FAIL!!
chemical mike (1 month ago)
aeromobil; its pretty darn fugly!
chemical mike (1 month ago)
Pal-V looks promising, but I bet the MOT costs will be priced somewhere in the ridiculous range? .., Then again maybe not.., especially when the demo video doesn't use the same vehicle. Reliability issues come to mind. ;p
chemical mike (1 month ago)
Lilium looks pretty cool, but does it come with missiles? :D
chemical mike (1 month ago)
the velocopter looks like an over designed helicopter.
Dwaipayan Datta Roy (1 month ago)
None is good and apt 😑
somicha2000 (1 month ago)
Du setzt den Volocopter auf Platz 6 und den Ehang auf Platz 2 ??? Soll das ein Scherz sein... Der Volocopter war der ERSTE manntragende E-Copter der Welt und steht jetzt als 2-Sitzer für normale Menschen zur Verfügung. (wieder Deutsche) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OazFiIhwAEs Der Ehang ist nicht einmal eine billige Kopie davon. Da passt NUR EIN KLEINER CHINESE rein. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WCbGwxYiWug bei 3min. Und der Terrafugia auf Platz 1 ??? Das ist nur eine dumme Computeranimation.... Das ist Alles was die zustande gebracht haben: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rs8oqYU0YT0 . . . You put the Volocopter in 6th place and the Ehang in 2nd place ??? Are you kidding me... The Volocopter was the FIRST manned e-copter in the world and is now available as a 2-seater for normal people. (again Germans) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OazFiIhwAEs The Ehang is not even a cheap copy of it. There ONLY ONE LITTLE CHINESE fits in. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WCbGwxYiWug at 3min. And the Terrafugia at number 1 ??? That's just a silly computer animation .... That's all they've achieved: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rs8oqYU0YT0 .
quistin becconsall (1 month ago)
your English is fucking terrible!!!!!
Trevs Travel Tales (1 month ago)
Some guy flew in N.Z. before the wright brothers.
susan towey (1 month ago)
Was a chicken but now a fish!
David Roberts (1 month ago)
Nice music 🎧 but not flying cars 🚙 more like a plane ✈️ and a helicopter ❤️✈️david
Halo James (2 months ago)
TF-X starts from the garage and ends at the top of building. OHHHHHH.
Bryan Cooper (2 months ago)
So has Audi joint ventured with Lockheed Martin Skunk works for the anti gravity car????
docthebiker (2 months ago)
The Pal-V is about the only *practical* flying car available as it is a VSTOL gyrocopter. The VTOL "drone" craft are noisy and create a massive downwash, greater then the equivalent sized helicopter as they use direct thrust rather than a lifting wing. To takeoff/land they would need a clear area like a helipad. The folding wing cars are massive and would create more city congestion, which in turn congests the highways coming into the city. Since they have to use runways they too will be a large (low occupancy) car taking up highway space on the ground. It would be more practical (and cost efficient) to drive your (electric?) car (or Uber) to a local airfield, fly your (electric?) plane to one close to your destination and swap to another (electric?) car/Uber. And forget "antigravity". That hasn't even been demonstrated mathematically, nevermind on a laboratory scale or as a production model. The Pal-V only needs 350 yards of field to take off and get over 50ft tall trees(less into wind), can fly. Fly over 250 miles, cruise at 85mph and is about 3ft shorter than a Mustang on the road. It should be capable of flying in more adverse weather conditions then the drone types too. What's more if the single engine fails it will have the hight and ability to auto rotate (as it IS an autogyro) to a safe landing. A four rotor drone will flip if one motor fails. Even the 18 motor volocopter would get dangerously unstable in event of a motor failure (and that's a lot of motor maintenance too). Plus, where is the joy in something that doesn't have the freedom to take control away from the computer and have a little fun? I think you can guess where my money (if I had it) would go.
koy lei ang (2 months ago)
Flying cars for everybody! Just 400k$! Who needs a house anyway?
David Stoney (2 months ago)
DashCam recordings are about to become a lot more entertaining. The TF-X is just so much pie in the sky that they can’t show anything more than a simulation, though the silliness of the other designs isn’t much better. Humans don’t always make logical decisions eg you drive down the road and someone cuts you off or swerves into your lane. Do you retaliate or just accept these things happen? Whilst deciding your answer care to think about other car related behaviour that is dangerous like road rage or brake checking. Now put all that type of behaviour into the sky then sit back and watch the carnage commence. There’s nothing I’d enjoy more than to have my own personal jet pack but I wouldn’t trust 99.99% of the remaining population with one!
John Frazer (2 months ago)
Look up the Arup ("Air+Up") planes from the 1930s. Entirely successful working planes, they were totally ignored by buyers and developers. Simple to fly, difficult to stall, impossible to spin, zippy-fast little all-wings, with silly slow landing speeds. Everything validated and verified by the Hatfield "Little Bird" planes of the '80s. Nothing more is needed to be developed, for a simple safe "plane for everyone".
John B Fishback (2 months ago)
Enrique, you really need someone to proof your English as your article is filled with mistakes. Here is just one such correction - Your sentence after the 'Jetson' piece should read "But, you will be surpriseD to learn that finally these cars are coming sooner than you thoughT" not "But, you will be surprise to learn that finally these cars are coming sooner than you though." Otherwise interesting.
Cheikh Seck (2 months ago)
Viva la tecnología
TJ McKinney (2 months ago)
boring. i didnt come here for history lesson
Husky Passion (2 months ago)
total bullshit, those toys won't see people flying around in 2020 ! If you'd said 2050 i'd might believe you. The price tags are SO lol, some are ugly, and some look cool (but not that cool to spend over a million $$$). This is basically a transformer from one old tech to an other old tech. About time the masses get something. Not impressed. The last one is so funny, by the timeyou arrive, you can't move anymore for 3 hours. Foetus position = BAD.
Mulder (2 months ago)
Cars sometimes Fly
Van Hammer (2 months ago)
Nice, but these aren't cars. That would be like saying a Bell Jet Ranger is a car, or a Cessna 172 is a car. Modified aircraft is more like it.
Georgios F. (2 months ago)
Wow a list of airplanes that fly and require a flying licence!
Matthew Barlow (2 months ago)
Great video. I love seeing the future flight. But downside... Who wants to read subtitles during a this visual video. Just leave off the subtitles or invest in a microphone.
Chester Micek (2 months ago)
I'm a pilot & I've never had an accident or an incident, and I'm here to tell you that 90% of the people who could afford these absurd vehicles would not be able to fly them competently, or safely. Flying and landing an airplane takes genetically endowed skills - just like hitting a golf ball or performing a backflip on a balance beam. If you're not born with the right skills, you will kill yourself, or murder someone else. No amount of training can make you into a Tiger Woods, or an Olga Korbut. If you are not born with pilot's eyes and pilot's eye hand coordination, you can never be a good stick. Giving regular people control of a flying vehicle will result in death and destruction. The only way this nonsense can work is if the aircraft fly themselves, ie, autonomous flight.
gabriel leon soundcloud.com/dj.levitical (2 months ago)
Where can I buy one at. Is there a waiting list. Put me on the list if that is the case please thank you
the_ improviser (2 months ago)
they all r basicsally helicopters or planes with wheels in my opinion ... sorry if im wrong
Grubby Lim (2 months ago)
Not flying car, Runing airplane.
raymond cancel (2 months ago)
the one will in 30 years -- by that time I;ll be dead .thanks!
raymond cancel (2 months ago)
These are not cars .they are helicopters!
Tracy Estabrooks (2 months ago)
In my version of the flying car everything would be light weight materials used the wings would be on top with a spin out with a hydraulic Force takeoff and Landing would be done on top of buildings parking garages or other areas that the structure could be solid for a spiral takeoff and Landing. Reminiscent of an old candle holder where the bottom has an extender that rolls up to the top and down to the bottom depending on the length of the candle is part of the inspiration also air shows when they show airplanes flying through hoops and flying in different areas in formation or out of formation.
Tracy Estabrooks (2 months ago)
The wing should be on top of the car not on this side of the car for it would create problems in day today traffic with blind spots and also bulkiness for the size of the roads, itself most Lane highways most Lane
Tracy Estabrooks (2 months ago)
I have better thoughts and ideas for takeoff and Landing that could revolutionize actually being able to utilize flying cars that would retro fit into that already cityscapes that we have already into the metropolises and on buildings
Tracy Estabrooks (2 months ago)
Aromatics when flying if you're using a header or a device that blows air down there. You're just going to make the area around a bit heavy was sediment in Cloudy with dust that would not work as a future for takeoff
Tracy Estabrooks (2 months ago)
Although your car is streamline in aromatic your concept of taking off and Landing are your biggest features the car and then dated a ride wouldn't work out and having to drive to an airport would just increase drive time not maximize drive time you would still have to find major airports to fly in and out of and would clog Mass plane transportation the flying car aspect needs to be thought of for more of a short-term flight within a state or a nearby State not for international flights but for day today travel but would increase the possibilities for families to be together
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Glenn Richmond (3 months ago)
The PAL-V is nothing but a collapsible autogyro. Nothing new there.
she atencio (3 months ago)
only for those with pilot licensd can fly this?
Stuart Gathman (3 months ago)
"Completely automated with face recognition technology." What could possibly go wrong?
WorldsOver (3 months ago)
nairbvel (3 months ago)
This was an interesting video -- thank you! Unfortunately, the Volocopter, Lilium Jet, and Ehang 184 are *not* flying cars. They could be considered "personal flying vehicles" or something like that, but they are not designed to run on roads (or, as far as I can tell, move around on land under their own power at all, except for takeoffs/landings). Also, you said the Aeromobil is a single-passenger vehicle but the video very clearly shows *two* seats. If you are still interested in flying cars, I suggest you also check out the Maverick LSA and the PAL-V. There is also the Moller 400X, but it is doubtful that Moller will ever become a reality.
xevious2501 (3 months ago)
wow to be a Business man must be awesome, you get to have a really cool looking well trimmed beard, wear an expensive watch and ray ban shades, carry an attache case when you travel and don the most comfortable shoes on earth. so important so VIP. All because... your a business man. you like, business. you deal in, business you are the bizznisss!!
Jose Juanjo (3 months ago)
What da fuk happenned to the ufo cars theypromissed us back in the 60s.........when the bullshit race of space was puted in front of us......... No no no.......this is bullshit....... Fuck your flying cars...........we want ufo tech.....................
jasonasdecker (3 months ago)
Imaginated? Is that even a word? It caused me to disregard the whole video.
Gentt la (3 months ago)
Wtf is noise pollution
Adam Grace (3 months ago)
Think that not want that
Igor Blagus (3 months ago)
Some historic moment. Most are just expensive and impractical toys or pure science fiction.
Jay Sanders (3 months ago)
never work , every were u go would have to accept this machine , can't fly an land around wires
jet li (3 months ago)
Learn how to spell check first before you go flying off. And it's June 2018 now, I seriously doubt the FAA (that's the Federal Aviation Administration) will allow a bunch of yahoos to go cruising around and even if you have a license, the pilot must demonstrate this 100mph car-plane has all the right equipment such as a transponder, ELT,  an airworthiness certificate, this list can go on and on. How you can say the EHANG doesn't need a pilots license is beyond me. As I said, the FAA is NOT GOING TO ALLOW A BUNCH OF YAHOOS TO FLY AROUND, ANYWHERE. NOT going to happen in a year and a half. Or EVER.
Alexandro Maximo (3 months ago)
Aeromobil is the beautifuler..
Alexandro Maximo (3 months ago)
Its perfect to leave trafic..
Alexandro Maximo (3 months ago)
3:39 How can take off ?
Alexandro Maximo (3 months ago)
I recently learned flying a Dodo in GTA 3..its the only thing i flew..
bob howard (3 months ago)
Why not include the Anti Gravity units also that are currently in use.
Bill Peirce (3 months ago)
3rd to the last was the best perpeller one and the last was the best. But they need to be affordable to general public for 30 to 40k.
Bill Peirce (3 months ago)
They are all mostly uggly and not affordable to the Average person. Stop catering to the wealthy.
Jupiter Concern (3 months ago)
This is another take the piss out if the brain dead lost at sea monster (human) ... absolutely inexcusable.... ummm air-planes,of an the monster playing a human .... you. Should they be called sky flyers ??? And sky depo? Pmsl know ! AIRLINES,AIRPORT,AIRPLANE!!! Yes you guest it!!!! They don't take petrol,and obviously run on AIR"plus port is on water! An plane is what they fly over earth plane.....
Pactum Excello (3 months ago)
Grammatical and Punctuations error
Bre Litt (3 months ago)
Why did u make roads if we have flying cars
MTB TJ Crash (3 months ago)
Bryan Skrenes (3 months ago)
Seems to me the PalV should be #1 since it is he only one that is actually in production with a distribution network. The others are essentially still pipe-dreams, albeit pretty pipe-dreams!
Venus Reena (3 months ago)
Liliam lookin good
Edmund Wong (3 months ago)
Directional cowling for props would make more sense for safety and function for controlled airflow.
Edmund Wong (3 months ago)
Helicopter designs mean fatal machanical failures.
redfox4561 (3 months ago)
The Audi concept is the coolest one
EarlyTrail ET (3 months ago)
How in gods name will i get a pilot license?!
Rhys Muir (3 months ago)
Chocolate Chip (3 months ago)
i subbed
RedPanda AndCoffee (3 months ago)
While yes, many of these are impressive, many are incredibly impractical and thus nearly pointless. Also it's not a step forward for humanity if only the incredibly wealthy can afford it and also the danger of malfunction and crashing is a matter that should be discussed deeply. But the main question to look at is if this is an useful improvement to automotive transportation or if it would be more practical to simply improve cars as we know them today. Also, returning to my point, as well as what many others have stated, such vehicles would only be available to those who can afford it, making the invention of them almost meaningless and down to "because I saw it in a space movie." There needs to be a need and use for such vehicles and the people that need them the most would be the middle working class people however they wouldn't be the one's to get this technology but instead some rich bastard who just wants to get from point A to point B in a different way. It makes me beg the question why bother in the first place!?