Flying car made in Japan

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The futuristic world depicted in Back To The Future could be closer than we thought.

A flying car has been tested in Japan and was able to hover steadily for about a minute using its four propellers.

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Electronics firm NEC unveiled the technology at a facility in the city of Abiko, situated around 22 miles from Tokyo.

Two brief demonstrations took place inside a giant cage and those watching were told to wear helmets as a precaution.

The Japanese government aims to have people using flying cars by the 2030s and has backed the construction of a huge test course in an area devastated by the 2011 tsunami and nuclear disasters in Fukushima.

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There are also hopes to use flying cars to connect islands in the Mie resort area, which is frequented by Hollywood celebrities.

Japan wants to become a world leader in the sector but could find itself competing with Dubai, which is also aggressively pursuing the technology.

ghanaalert.com


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