Malaysian Minister's Plans for Car of the Future are Flying High
(Bloomberg) -- Malaysia says it is trying to develop its first flying car, but it won’t let the general public drive it.
Malaysia’s flying car will instead be developed for transport-service companies, Bernama news agency said, citing the country’s Entrepreneur Development Minister Mohd Redzuan Yusof. Companies are queuing up for the vehicle, including Grab, which wants to use it as a taxi, the report said.
Malaysia hopes to unveil the car’s prototype, developed using local technology, this year, Bernama said, citing the minister. Redzuan said the vehicle will be safe and capable of flying at low altitude at a reasonable speed.
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