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Cars of Futures Past – Moller M200G Volantor/Neuera

Posted January 07, 2014 8:00 AM by dstrohl

The problem with automobiles is this: They require roads to operate on. Even trucks and jeeps have limits off road, which is why the idea of a flying car continues to have so much appeal. Though the Terrafugia Transition "roadable aircraft" inches ever closer to availability, its operators will need to be trained and licensed pilots, greatly limiting the craft's appeal (and the pool of available buyers). What if a vehicle could provide many of the benefits of a flying car, without requiring a pilot's license to operate? That's exactly the question raised by engineer Paul Moller, the inventor of the Moller M200G Volantor and its latest evolution, the Moller Neuera.

Read about this everyman flying suacer on Hemmings.

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01/07/2014 10:13 AM

http://%20http//blog.hemmings.com/index.php/2014/01/02/cars-of-futures-past-moller-m200g-volantor-neuera/#sthash.2koM7m6M.dpuf

Link no good. How many HTTP's do you need? Colons, anyone? I was gonna buy one, but, oh well.

and you misspelled "saucer".

I tried to massage the text, but Hemmings 404'd the article. I'll look back to see if you get it.

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01/07/2014 12:00 PM

that's interesting, it should have more ground effect on this picture......... it's not kicking up dust ............ looks like its has some effects on the grass.

you think that he'd have a little personal protection while in this vehicle.

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