Wednesday, December 19th, 2012
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The Future Of Lethal Automotive Accidents


Here's the way we'll crash then: Dutch aeronautics company Pal-V's prototype car/helicopter the Pal-V One. Scheduled to go on sale in 2014, the Pal-V One conforms to international laws of both flying and driving. It needs just 200 meters to take off, and costs $300,000, which is not so much money to spend to maim or kill yourself by crashing into a building.

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deepomega (#1,720)

Almost certainly not street legal in the US though! I want a fucking corolla that can just go up in addition to forwards.

BadUncle (#153)

Isn't that more of an Auto Gyro?

misiekpl (#242,183)

Here's the way we'll crash then: Dutch aeronautics company Pal-V's prototype car/helicopter the Pal-V One. Scheduled to go on sale in 2014, the Pal-V One conforms to international laws of both flying and driving. It needs just liquidy 200 meters to take off, and costs $300,000, which is not so much money to spend to maim or kill yourself by crashing into a building.

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