Ooh, Terrafugia released renderings of their allegedly flying car, the allegedly going to be mass-produced Transition-which was previously largely conceptual in nature until recently. I am going to fly the shit out of this car. Right into the ocean.
Where's my helcaropter, is what I want to know.
There's a guy at the DMV I want to road test this with.
Now, with wings!
Looks like it will no problem to text, eat a Carl's Jr or put make up on while driving that thing.
Luke: Well, I think it looks plain dumb.
Bo: True, it don't look like the General Lee, but once you ride in it you'll see, Luke.
Luke: I ain't gonna ride in it. 'Cause it looks plain dumb.
Bo: Uncle Jesse, talk sense to him.
Uncle Jesse: Now I didn't like it at first either, Luke, but then I got to thinkin'; you boys are pretty hard on coil springs and shocks what with all the jumping over creeks and such.
Luke: Oh, we make a few hard landings here and there, but it ain't that much.
Uncle Jesse: Tell him, Cooter.
Cooter: I figure you boys spend 'bout two, maybe three thousand a year just on shocks, not to mention busted oil pans, tie rod ends, brake drums, universal joints, ruint drivetrains -
Luke: Ok, ok, ok.
Bo: And I think I hurt my back last week when we drove through old man Russell's fence.
Uncle Jesse: And Bo hurt his back.
Luke: Can we at least paint it red with the stars and bars and our old number on the side?
Bo: I already ordered the paint.
Awesome. I totally guessed what the alt-text was going to say before I scrolled over it.
I need to start using 'roadable aircraft' more often in conversation. And regardless of what they're calling this thing and how fast the wings unfold, it can't be as excellent as the 50+ year old Fulton Airphibian.
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