Turkish Defense Firm Develops Prototype Of Flying Car

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  • 07:56 AM, August 8, 2019
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Turkish Defense Firm Develops Prototype Of Flying Car

Turkish drone manufacturer Baykar has announced the development of a prototype of the country's first flying car, christened "Cezeri," on Tuesday.

"The company has been working on technical drawing, conceptual design, testing, detailing and producing the prototype for eight months," Selçuk Bayraktar, chief technology officer, Baykar, posted on his microblogging account, Twitter.

Development of the flying car is expected to be completed in September. The company could unveil the prototype at Turkey’s Teknofest aerospace and technology festival to be held next month between September 17-22, 2019 at Istanbul Atatürk Airport.

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