Flying Car Made In Woburn Gets Federal Approval To Hit The Road

WOBURN (CBS) – The world’s first flying car is almost ready to hit the road.

Terrafugia of Woburn has received approval from the federal government to allow its test car on highways.

The car has special, plastic windshields which are typically illegal.

Unfortunately, production is not going as smoothly as planned, so the debut of the first models has been pushed back to the end of next year.

It won’t be cheap — the cost is about $200,000.


One Comment

  1. A says:

    While I can appreciate the idea and concept, I just drove home from work and can’t single one driver out, myself included, that I would feel safe having flying around.

    Assuming the base idea of this vehicle is that we someday will roll out of the driveway and fly to work.

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