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The future of transportation is looking a bit more like the Jetsons than Henry Ford. That's because researchers in Europe have developed a flying car that can be controlled by a remote pilot. The car, which is about the size of a bus, has two wings and is propelled by electric motors.

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Question: Will flying cars ever be made?

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It is possible that flying cars will be developed in the future, but there are many technical and regulatory challenges that need to be addressed for it to become a reality. Currently, there are a number of companies working on the development of flying cars, but it's unclear when or if they will become widely available for public use. However, it's exciting to think about the possibility of a world with flying cars!

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March 25, 2023, 7:21 p.m.

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Published: Saturday, March 25, 2023

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