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Flying cars will start filling the skies above you by 2020. So says Uber, anyway, which wants to launch air taxi trials over major cities including Dallas, Dubai, and Los Angeles. And somehow, it's not completely crazy: The technology to produce and fly battery-powered vertical takeoff and landing aircraft is on its way, and big players in aviation are starting to talk seriously about how to deploy it in the kind of system Uber would love to launch.
Among them is Bell Helicopter. To show it's serious about this new sort of venture, the defense contractor best known for civilian and military vehicles showed up in Las Vegas for CES2018, along with its concept for how a flying taxi system would work. According to this vision, a egg-shaped pod (which will eventually be slung underneath rotors) will hoist you into the air. The pod includes four seats, room for luggage in the back, and large windows to take in the view. In...
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