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Still Waters

Toyota is working on a real-life hover car

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If you asked a guy in the 1960s what he thought we'd be driving today, he'd probably think about what he'd seen in a popular TV science-fiction show of the time and say "a hover car."

Somewhere inside Toyota there's a team of engineers who still have that 1960s innocence, as Toyota managing officer Hiroyoshi Yoshiki has just revealed the company is working on a real-life hover car, or at least investigating the potential.

http://news.discover...hing-140613.htm

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Keel M.

I'd rather a driverless car over a hover car.

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Dark_Grey

Concentrate on developing cleaner, more efficient ways to power cars before trying to reinvent the way they maneuver in traffic.

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CuriousRey

Meh i'll be really impressed when they come up with a flying, time-traveling delorian! Pretty cool nontheless.

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shrooma

Concentrate on developing cleaner, more efficient ways to power cars before trying to reinvent the way they maneuver in traffic.

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hell no!!

i want my hovercar, and i want i want it NOW goddammit!!

(i'll settle for a jetpack though....)

:-)

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Junior Chubb

I'd rather a driverless car over a hover car.

And to think I used to respect your point of view...

Sorry Bast, only teasing. Hover cars look so much more fun than driver-less cars to me.

Don't worry I am sure the driver-less hover car prototype will be announced soon enough.

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Junior Chubb

Concentrate on developing cleaner, more efficient ways to power cars before trying to reinvent the way they maneuver in traffic.

If an efficient hover system is introduced (I know its unlikely) moving forward will create no friction and possibly cleaner more efficient motoring.

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shrooma

If an efficient hover system is introduced (I know its unlikely) moving forward will create no friction and possibly cleaner more efficient motoring.

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aah jchubb, i knew there was more to you than just a pretty face....

;-)

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Junior Chubb

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aah jchubb, i knew there was more to you than just a pretty face....

;-)

Blimey, if you think this face is pretty you should see my ass. :blink:

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shrooma

Blimey, if you think this face is pretty you should see my ass. :blink:

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what, without having to buy you a drink or anything??

:-D

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