First flying car to hover over Russia in 2022

Developers from the Russian Foundation for Advanced Research Projects and the Institute of Thermophysics of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences are working on a project called Cyclocar, a small-sized innovative flying car powered by cyclic propellers.

The first full-size prototype flying car is scheduled to fly in less than a year. The developers promise that Cyclocar will be able to carry around six passengers or lift more than 600 kg of cargo.

The Cyclocar will be larger than a car, but more compact than a helicopter. Unlike helicopters, it will be able to land on both horizontal and inclined surfaces.

The developers believe piloting the flying car will be even easier than driving a conventional one with an automatic transmission. The Cyclocar will come with an option of piloting via a mobile device. The wonder machine’s claimed top speed is up to 250 km per hour, with an impressive flight range of up to 500 km.

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