Has a range of 62 miles on a charge, will be tested in New Zealand
"There is a huge shortage of engineers. There are plenty of smart people — the missing link is education."
Pilots describe the moment when it all comes together and they 'get it' in terms of how to fly the machine.
Silicon Valley’s Kitty Hawk Corp. shows off its flying “car.” Backed by Google founder Larry Page, Kitty Hawk will go on sale by the end of 2017. This recreational vehicle was designed to fly over freshwater and Kitty Hawk Corp. says no registration or pilot's license will be required.
Company promises you can buy one by the end of the year.