‘Back To The Future’ Flying Car with VERTICAL TAKEOFF, 210mph Airborne Speed Ready by 2020

British company enters race to develop world’s first flying car – with radical amphibious design

The new model – which looks like something straight out of film Back To The Future – could be in the air in just three years.

The NeoXCraft has been developed by Nottingham-based VRCO.

The £1.5m vehicles will be able to travel by air, road and water.

The two-man vehicle, carrying 180kg of load, could reach airborne speeds of up to 180 knots – equivalent to 210 mph – and fly for up to an hour at between 1,000ft and 3,000ft.

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