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Production on a new flying car called the Switchblade may be up and running in as little as two years.
This £143,000 flying car has been approved for take-off
After 14 years of development, the Switchblade is now conducting final high-speed taxi testing prior to flight testing.
‘Flying car’ with £145,000 price tag approved by US aviation regulator
A £145,000 “flying car” has been approved for take-off in the US after the FAA, the government’s aviation authority, approved the model for flight testing.
DODGE THE TRAFFIC Watch £145,000 FLYING taxi ‘you build yourself’ that soars over traffic at 190mph
The Samson Switchblade has received the rubber stamp from the FAA, the U.S. government aviation authority, to start flight testing.
A New Flying Car Takes Flight
If you’re going to have a vehicle, why not get one that can drive and fly? That’s just what the Switchblade flying car does—and it could be available soon.
Step Aboard the First Flying Car Available in the U.S. Market
The former architect and founder of Samson Sky talks the design of the Switchblade flying car
These futuristic flying cars take air travel to the next level
The future of travel looks set to take off with these aerial-road hybrid air taxis.
Switch Over to the New Way of Flying with Samson’s Switchblade
While many companies have touted flying car prototypes, very few have been able to obtain all the required approvals to bring their concepts to the road.