Flying sports car: the pilot on driving science fiction into reality

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 (Klein Vision)
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How about beating the dreaded commute with a flying sports car, just like in Back to the Future II?

We spoke to inventor Professor Stefan Klein who has quite literally turned science fiction into reality.

Professor Stefan Klein flew 3 5-minutes in the prototype called Air Car between two airports in Slovakia. It’s hoped the AirCar’s range could be about 600 miles with an altitude of 8,200ft - and Professor Klein has already logged 40 flying hours in the vehicle.

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