These Flying Cars Don't Fly, They Whoosh!

With the recent reveal of the production-ready Terrafugia flying car, we thought it an appropriate time to take a quick look at propeller-driven automobiles. Not the kind that fly. The kind that drive. Hello, propcar! Run, pedestrians, run! » 7/27/10 1:25pm 7/27/10 1:25pm

Conquer The Snowpocalypse With A Propeller-Powered Sled

What if you removed an ultralight airplane's wings and replaced its wheels with skis? You'd end up with something much like the Snow Glider, a Czech-built contraption capable of 75MPH on ice and snow and besting 30 degree grades. Cool. » 2/24/10 3:45pm 2/24/10 3:45pm

Aerocar To Be Displayed At 2008 Meadow Brook Concours, Land In Our…

What would a car show be without a flying car? Frankly, we don't want to know, which is why we're glad the Meadow Brook Concours d'Elegance, taking place Sunday, August 3, is playing host to the Taylor Aerocar. Built in 1956, this is perhaps the most successful flying car of all time. That's right, despite our… » 6/17/08 10:40am 6/17/08 10:40am

Russian Aerocar Promises All Purpose Travel - New Cold War

With the development of the Russian-made Aerocar, it has become radically evident that the United States is now embroiled in the midst of a flying car technology race. While we have the sleek and the supposedly in-production Moller M200G, it's only limited to flying at heights of only 10 feet. The Russians have… » 4/08/08 4:45pm 4/08/08 4:45pm