Long-term parking rates. Lost luggage. Armrest hoggers. Taking your shoes off for the TSA. If this is all stuff you’re pretty much done with, a better way to fly is just about here. You get side-by-side seating for two in a road-legal sports car that tops out at 125 mph. Once on the runway, your car converts to a 27’-wingspan plane in about three minutes. Once in the air, you’ll cruise along at 200 mph and 13,000 feet.
What’s the catch? Not much, actually. You’ll need a private pilot’s license. And in order to qualify as an experimental/homebuilt class of aircraft, the end owner has to assemble 51% of it. But it comes in a kit with instructions, and help if you want it. You’ll also need about $120k, but that’s a small price to pay for never having to stow your tray table in the upright position ever again. You can reserve your Switchblade Flying Car now at Samson Motorworks.