It seems that automobile companies are slowly getting the hang of developing flying cars. Just recently, Japanese company SkyDrive tested their new SD-03 flying car model, and it was a success.
The flight took place at the Toyota test field, one of the largest in Japan boasting 10,000-square-meters and home to the company’s development base.
The aircraft has been designed to be the world’s smallest electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) model. It measures two meters in height and four meters long, requiring only as much space as two parked cars.
Details over at DesignBoom.
(Image Credit: SkyDrive/ DesignBoom)