Flying Car Project Makes World Debut in Japan, Carries Out First Successful Test Flight

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researchers seek real-life product by 2023

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(FOX BUSINESS) – A Japanese flying car project is one step closer to taking off into the mainstream.

SkyDrive Inc. announced Friday that it carried out a successful test flight with one person aboard, releasing images of a contraption with propellers lifted several feet off the ground that hovered in a netted area for four minutes.

“We want to realize a society where flying cars are an accessible and convenient means of transportation in the skies and people are able to experience a safe, secure, and comfortable new way of life,” the company’s CEO, Tomohiro Fukuzawa, said in a statement.

Fukuzawa says he hopes the car can be made into a real-life product by 2023, but he acknowledged that making it safe was critical.

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Researchers hope to make into a real-life product by 2023. (SkyDrive Image)

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