The Future of Transportation

It is here!  It is finally here!  If you don’t know about it, the Moller Volantor Skycar will make another debut in a demonstration flight at Vacaville California.

If you don’t know about the Moller Skycar, you should.  It is in my opinion, the most exciting news since the Wright Brothers took off on an early autumn day at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina .  You can now add Dr. Paul S. Moller to the list of pioneers who opened up aviation to everyone.  For many decades, we have been at the mercy of commercial airlines, ticket prices, long lines and bad food.  Enter the Moller Skycar, a mode of transportation that you can park in your garage.  What Dr. Moller’s vision entails is a vehicle that will one day cost not a million dollars, nor half a million dollars, or even one hundred thousand dollars.  Paul Moller sees a day when his skycars will cost about $60,000.  He sees his vehicles as the new emergency vehicles:  Police, Fire, or Ambulance.  I see a day when commercial aviation will be placed into our garages.  Imagine a taxi that runs on ethanol flying up to your doorstep to pick you up for a meeting in San Diego (and you are in Las Vegas).  Your trip lasts only an hour, instead of four.  You are back in your office or home by noon in Nevada, and you only paid 70 dollars round trip, and you were dropped off at your front doorstep.

I see Dr. Moller’s vision, and I am eagerly anticipating his future…our future.   What an exciting time to be alive!

Skycar Manufacturer Moller International Announces Scheduled Test Flight
— Moller International (OTCBB: MLER) (“The Company”) is pleased to announce that they have scheduled a demonstration flight of its ethanol-fueled M400 Skycar volantor. This invitation-only media event is scheduled to take place on October 11, 2011 in Vacaville, CA. Over 250 members of the domestic and international press have already indicated an interest in attending this historic flight.

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1 Comment

  1. Bane says:

    moller international‘s invention is a breakthrough. I wish I could afford one. Maybe I should start saving for it.

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