Back before flying car startups were commonplace, engineer Paul Moller sunk millions of dollars in attempt to develop a commercially viable flying car capable of vertical takeoff and landing. He’s now been working on flying cars for over four decades, during which time a handful of prototypes have been shown—none of which, mind you, have actually flown any reasonable distance. One of these prototypes is now up for sale on eBay. It has a Buy It Now price of $5 million and at the time of writing zero bids. The prototype is for Moller’s proposed M400 Skycar whose design relies...
Moller 'unveils' Ferrari 599-based hybrid flying car
Dr. Paul Moller has held onto his dream of achieving a workable combination of ground and air transport for decades, but has yet to produce any practical real-world drive-and-fly vehicles. The latest concept to come from his company, Moller International, is the Autovolantor, a hybrid-powered...Nelson Ireson
2009 sales launch claimed for Moller M200G flying car
Moller International has announced that it’s nearing completion of its fourth M200-series flying car prototype and plans to start production of an initial run of 40 cars as early as next year. The first cars will be based on the M200G Jetson ground effect vehicle that’s designed to...Kenneth Hall
eBay Watch: Moller M400X Skycar prototype
If you’ve always thought that the idea of buying a Moller Skycar was anything but real, then think again. Up for sale on eBay is the M400X Skycar prototype from Moller which up until now was selling its vehicles only as a refundable deposit, with no mention of deliveries. The current bid for...Viknesh Vijayenthiran