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Terrafugia says the Transition model, which is now slated to ship in 2015 at a price of $279,000, will serve as the “proof of process for TF-X development and commercialization through the many technical, regulatory, and usage challenges it has overcome.” That’s why the TF-X appears to be a decade away.
At the same time, Terrafugia has lasted longer, and on a larger scale (two dozen employees currently) than other aviation startups.
Terrafugia, the Woburn, MA, company developing the Transition flying car, has plans for a vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) sibling.
The proposed Terrafugia TF-X would be a tilt-rotor flying machine that would take off and land like a helicopter.
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With the Transition, the owner-pilot-wealthy-entrepreneur might fly 250 miles from home to an airport near the summer house, then drive the final 5 or 10 miles, but not 100 miles.
The Transitition also gives the pilot the ability to set down in bad weather and drive a couple miles to a motel.
If you have a big-enough side yard or pasture (and neighbors that aren’t easily annoyed), you could set the TF-X down MIT entrepreneurs founded Terrafugia (Latin for “escape from the earth”) in 2006 with the goal of building a plane that can also be driven, using lightweight construction materials not available when the first flying cars (actually, conceptual flying cars) graced the covers of Popular Mechanics and Popular Science post-World War IIThe Terrafugia TF-X announcement this week was a vision statement and, yes, the company paints with broad brush strokes.