Video ansehen · The flying car may soon be a reality — and consumers have an opportunity to get in on the action early. For $100, you can get priority placement on a wait list for the aircraft from Kitty Hawk
For $100 You Can Get First Dibs on Larry Page’s Flying Car Consumers can pay $100 for a spot on the waiting list for a flying car from Kitty Hawk, a company funded by Google founder Larry Page The flying car may soon be a reality – and consumers have an opportunity to get in on the action early.
Apr 26, 2017 · Consumers can pay $100 for a spot on the waiting list for a flying car from Kitty Hawk, a company funded by Google founder Larry Page For $100 You Can Get First Dibs on Larry Page’s Flying Car …
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Kitty Hawk did not release a price for the flying vehicle, but a cool US$100 (NZ$144) will buy you a three-year membership and give you “priority placement” on the waiting list to …
You can even cough up a measly $100 right now to join the Kitty Hawk membership club and get first dibs when they go on sale as well as a $2000 discount on a price that has yet to be determined
The mysterious flying-car startup funded by Google cofounder Larry Page, Kitty Hawk, took the wraps off its first vehicle on Monday. The Kitty Hawk Flyer looks a mix between a flying Jet Ski and, as John Markoff of The New York Times puts it, “something Luke Skywalker would have built out of spare parts.” It’s designed to be flown over water and will be available for sale by the end of this year, Kitty Hawk says.
Kitty Hawk says their Flyer will be available for purchase sometime later this year, and you can pay $100 now to become a “Flyer Discovery Member” which gives you first pick when the Flyer is sold
Apr 24, 2017 · An article on Tuesday about efforts to build flying cars referred incorrectly to the timing of an offer in which consumers pay $100 to sign up for a $2,000 discount on the retail price of one such vehicle, a Kitty Hawk Flyer.
Kitty Hawk, a subsidiary of Zee Aero that is working on separate flying car designs, registered to fly a four-seater Cessna 172 Skyhawk plane in January – the most-produced aircraft in history.