So it's not the saucer-shaped vehicle George Jetson took to work. The skies are still waiting to welcome cars that fly.
Last week, Terrafugia, a leading flying car company in Woburn, Mass., unveiled its most recent "roadable aircraft."
The dual-purpose vehicle is equally comfortable on the road and in the sky. Its wings can fold up to let the aircraft drive on the road and fit in a garage. The wings extend so that the Terrafugia can take flight.
The company said the vehicle, recently approved by the Federal Aviation Administration, reaches 115 mph in flight.
*ABC NEWS - Technology