Here is the Chinese partially flying car

Chinese flying car company Aeroht is planning to produce a car that can lift off the ground at the touch of a button to avoid traffic jams. The vehicle will have a split, multi-rotor design and will be able to spend 90% of its time on the road like a car, taking off only when needed.

One of the most unusually shaped eVTOLs airborne

ZEVA Aero would break into the air transport market with a saucer-like vehicle to replace cars with single-seater flying capsules. ZEVA Aero’s eVTOL, Zero, is a departure from the usual aeronautical devices: it has a disc, or saucer if you like, design for more dynamic flight, which the manufacturer claims can effectively increase range by reducing drag.

MIT engineers design a hovering saucer moonwalker

Aeronautical engineers at MIT are testing the concept of a lunar rover that floats on the Moon’s surface by harnessing the electrical charge it generates. In the absence of an atmosphere, the surface of the Moon and similar celestial bodies can build up an electric charge through direct exposure to sunlight. On the Moon, the resulting electric field can be strong enough to lift the fine dust on its surface to heights of more than a metre.

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