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The flying pod gains better styling inside and out while shedding weight.

Stuck in traffic? You'll be picked up soon.


Short, sweet and self-piloted

The Vahana should hit the market by 2020.


Self-driving car pioneer Sebastian Thrun's Udacity offers 'nanodegree' in flying machines

"There is a huge shortage of engineers. There are plenty of smart people — the missing link is education."


The company has been quietly working on its tech for the last three years.


Automakers learn from their partnerships in areas like carbon fiber.

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One rider, no wheels.

Company promises you can buy one by the end of the year.

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Pop.Up from Airbus and Italdesign looks to the future of ride-hailing.


Does your car have vertical takeoff and landing capabilities?

Airbus is involved, and they actually know a thing or two about flying machines.


Italdesign, Airbus reportedly working on concept that would leave autonomous chassis behind.

Italdesign's idea of a flying car is a detachable, airlift-able cabin mounted on a self-driving chassis.


If all goes well – a big if, we might add – Vahana could be airborne as early as the end of 2017.


Autonomous, app-hailed, electric sky taxis. Welcome to the future.

The surge in city dwellers has Airbus considering an Uber for the skies.


Instead of removing the pilots, the FCAS will put two humans in the cockpit.

Airbus is looking at a future where strike aircraft would attack their targets not only with bombs and missiles, but via unmanned combat aircraft.


Airbus Helicopters has presented the new H160 at the Dubai Airshow, the product of a collaboration with the Peugeot Design Lab in the latest crossover from automotive design to aerospace.


Hugues Duval Wings Way To Calais In Cri-Cri A Day Earlier

Hugues Duval just beat Airbus in a history-making battery-powered flight across the English Channel

Did Siemens Skullduggery Scuttle Pipistrel Attempt

Airbus has plans to be the first to cross the English channel in a battery-powered airplane, but was there behind-the-scene subterfuge?


Which phrase do you prefer? Many hands make light work or too many cooks in the kitchen? It's a question that some members of NATO might be asking after the statements made by Domingo Ureña Raso, the executive vice president of military aircraft for European aerospace giant Airbus.


Change is afoot at PSA. The parent company of both Peugeot and Citroën is on the verge of securing major funding from both the French government and from Chinese automaker Dongfeng, it recently named former Renault COO Carlos Tavares as its chief executive officer, and now it has selected its new chairman.


Air Malta recently worked up a little stunt that pitted an Airbus A320 against a Ferrari F12 Berlinetta in a drag race to raise funds for charity. It's easy to forget just how quick something the size of a jetliner can be, but watching the video below shows us just where the big passenger aircraft stands when it comes to sprinting down a runway. We won't spoil the clip for you, you'll just have to check out the showdown below.