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SkyCar Seeing Production in 2010

SkyCar Seeing Production in 2010

Ready for your flying car? You’ve been asking for it for decades and finally you’ll get a chance to own one.

In 2010 Parajet International Ltd will see its SkyCar produced by Rage Motorsport Ltd. Once the SkyCar is built Parajet will add all the parts that are needed to make it fly.

When we first heard about the SkyCar in January of this year, tt was being piloted by British adventurer Neil Laughton on an epic journey from London to Timbuktu in an effort to raise money for Alive and Kicking.

Well the trip caught the media’s attention as well as Rage Motorsport Ltd which has led to the current production plans.

The production version of the SkyCar will see some nice improvements including a totally new chassis which will accommodate the rear fan system into the tubular chassis effectively reducing the SkyCar’s weight by 176 lbs. As well as getting more leg room.

No word on price as of yet but the design of the SkyCar definitely was developed with cost effectiveness in mind.

View Comments (6)


  1. Arcte

    May 9, 2009 at 3:11 pm

    so beatifull i wonder how much the cost will be…

  2. Edde Ude

    June 3, 2009 at 2:06 pm

    If the image we see from the car is the prototipe, comon sense tell us that it will never fly… And the render is not that good… A rear fan???

  3. nickkzor99

    August 23, 2009 at 12:13 pm

    the rear fan will make this thing move forward…i just want to know what lifts it up

  4. Research

    January 31, 2010 at 3:19 pm

    It is held up by a modified parachute. (Parasailing)

  5. Mr.O:Lion Inck Recordz

    April 3, 2010 at 8:43 pm

    Sky Car is the best thing to be created…I call it cosmic. Would like to know how much it will cost.Would like to feature the Sky Car in a music video.How much to rent it for video\photo shoots.

  6. ATX

    April 29, 2010 at 11:40 pm

    Ladies and Gentlemen, we are in a new age of travel and leisure. The Skycar is one of the first actual flying prototypes.

    Forget about the Venture Capitalist who are trying to do it, it has been done.

    Remember the Tucker? How about Lexus outselling Cadillac in North America or Toyota outselling GM in North America.

    The impossible is possible.

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