Future Hover Car - Prototype Design

Submitted by: DebbieB 7 years ago

Finally, a Hovercraft you don"t have to be embarrassed to be seen in.
There are 31 comments:
Male 2,553
My thoughts when seeing the Mule: IT`S A SAND SPEEDER!!!!
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Male 2,076
2014? :(
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Male 117
It can carry as many as 12 people.. or (6 americans)
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Male 283
I love the part where it sucked up the birds and crashed in the river
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Male 2,582
I wonder how many people will die testing this thing.
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Male 596
The mule, is a ground unmanned vehicle used by our Army special division. Our military is producing key weapons in Army Ground operations/naval strategic combat/ Airforce unmanned planes/ and last but not least, the First military installation, probably air force as well. or space force?
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Male 63
"Old.

Seriously, this is over 2 years old. How can we be sure this is still in development? "

Because it`s to awesome not to be developed!

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Male 3,014
Old.

Seriously, this is over 2 years old. How can we be sure this is still in development?

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Male 1,361
Friday, May 8, 2009 4:04:44 PM
"if that cardbox prototype flew then something a million times heavier must be able to fly too if it looks like the prototype, Israeli logic is flawless"

If its a scale model then they`ll obviously not be using the same engines to fly it now will they...

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Male 16
Am i watching The making of Return Of The Jedi Or is this FOR REAL......
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Male 2,855
if that cardbox prototype flew then something a million times heavier must be able to fly too if it looks like the prototype, Israeli logic is flawless
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Male 2,344
Dammit, Star Wars. Our military is copying you.
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Female 15,763
Something tells me it`s louder than I think it is...
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Male 425
Small flaw, it did`nt fly! I hate seeing cool concepts and no results >=(
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Male 4,393
cool
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Male 1,266
I`d imagine they`d break the same way helicopters do... by tilting and using rudders and stuff.. i dunno.. but however helicopters do it, that`s how.
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Male 127
Jane, Stop This Crazy Thing!
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Male 3,314
Did anyone else notice how much it looked like the thing Luke was driving in Star Wars?
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Male 15,510
That is still some time away to happen, in the meanwhile this is the closes thing we can do:

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Male 5,190
I want.
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Male 719
"its pefectly well getting them to fly
What about stopping?"

Especially when it goes 155mph...

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Male 2,619
its pefectly well getting them to fly
What about stopping?
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Male 5,314
aw, we`re never gonna see it used because we`ll all be dead in 2012. ha.
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Female 112
I don`t think hover cars are the next big thing in vehicles. Too many accidents... Imagine all of the accidents that happen every day in cars, except now, they are all crashing into the ground and buildings and people from who knows how high up in the air.


Never going to happen. :/

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Female 67
Personally, I don`t think there`s any kind of hovercraft I`d be embarrassed to be in!

And @ lukas1051:
Did you even watch and listen to what they said in the video? =P

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Male 3,369
"What`s wrong with the good ol` wheel!?"

Limited to roads, bridge`s, tunnels, traffic jams and fairly flat terrains!

Back to the future lied to us!

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Male 3,425
I still fail to see the benefits of a hovercar. Very expensive to make and buy, probably uses a tonne of fuel, slow, dangerous and it has a wire attached to it! I mean What`s wrong with the good ol` wheel!?

All that said though, still cool as hell. I`d love to have a go in it.

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Male 2,050
I don`t think it would be a good idea to invent flying cars. There would be too many vehicle-building collisions
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Male 1,505
Until I walk into a car dealership showroom and see one with a price sticker in the window, it`s all just piss and wind.
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Male 845
cool stuff but they are wayyyy too slow to develop it, i want NOW!
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Female 2
Link: Future Hover Car - Prototype Design [Rate Link] - Finally, a Hovercraft you don`t have to be embarrassed to be seen in.
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