It’s not that hard to see why the flying car never became the standard mode of transportation, writes Bloomberg. For one thing, the basic technology of vertical take-off and landing — which is required in order to avoid long runways — is fairly hard
Dubai’s police force, famous for its stable of exotic supercars, has added yet another high-tech, rear-wheel-drive vehicle to its fleet, says Bloomberg.
Uber Technologies Inc. hopes to one day operate a network of flying cars. On Tuesday, the ride-hailing company laid out some aggressive plans to get closer to its first flight, reports Bloomberg
U.S. airlines stand to benefit from flight cutbacks by Dubai-based Emirates, which blamed President Donald Trump’s travel restrictions for weakening demand from Middle Eastern passengers, reports Bloomberg.
Uber Technologies Inc. is facing another alliance of rivals as smaller operators team up across different regions for ride hailing services, according to Bloomberg.
Depress the accelerator and just listen to this work of art sing up and down through the octaves. Ferrari have for all purposes crammed Pavarotti inside the engine.
Tourists in my rear view are still trying to frame selfies before I disappear from view. It seems I’ll be playing the starring role on a few Instagram accounts later.
When you get goosebumps before you’ve even stepped into a car, let alone started the engine, you know the designers have done their job right
Climbing into the Bentley is like putting on a new tailored suit, that feeling of somehow being an inch taller, an inch slimmer and a whole lot better looking.
As noise explodes around me I focus on what is ahead, surging forward I leave everyone else in my wake as the desert flashes past.