Airbus unveiled its new self-flying car concept at the Geneva Auto Show.
The Pop.Up Concept lets drivers on the road obtain picked up by a quadricopter & fly around town.
The passenger cabin sits on a four-wheeled frame & can be driver-operated or self-driving.
When the driver is ready to fly, an air module can be requested by using a smartphone app.
A massive drone will then attach to the top of a “passenger capsule” & bring you to your destination.
Don’t expect to see these flying cars in the sky anytime shortly – Pop.Up is still in the concept stage & is years away from reality.
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