Moller Planning Flying Ferrari 599 GTB For Russian Businessman

We love flying cars, and apparently so does a Russian businessman who contracted Moller to design a flying car based on the Ferrari 599 GTB » 9/12/08 4:20pm 9/12/08 4:20pm. Moller is the leading authority on flying "cars", but as far as we can tell this is the first time they're seriously designing a flying machine based on an existing automobile.…

Moller Expresses "Substantial Doubt" About Flying Car Future

Oh Noes! Our dreams of owning a Moller M400 flying car may be in jeopardy. The company's deficit climbed to $40.6 million in the third quarter of 2007, with a quarterly loss of $81,071. Execs at the company say that a lot of capital is required of to continue the quest for the vehicle and that they have "substantial… » 11/19/07 4:30pm 11/19/07 4:30pm

Mainstream Media Finds Flying Car, We'll Pretend To Be Surprised


Oh look, Good Morning America found our post from a month ago on the flying UFO Moller M200 Volantor this morning. Ah, good ol' mainstream media — we can always count on them to get the story — sooner or later. » 8/30/07 12:00pm 8/30/07 12:00pm

World's First Flying Car Enters Production

In a moment we've been waiting for since the first time we saw The Jetsons, the first flying car has finally gone on sale. Just like the car George uses to drop off the kids, the Moller M200G Volantor is shaped like a saucer. To avoid the need to pass FAA regulations, the civilian version of the Volantor is… » 7/25/07 4:59pm 7/25/07 4:59pm