At Supercar Blondie we love the Aska A5 flying car.
The four-seater mostly electric flying car has a series of wings and drone-like propellers that work together to give it a top air speed of 241 km/h (150 mph).
What’s more it has a total range of 402 km (250 miles) per chanrge.
This has legitimate benefits because of the winding nature of roads and traffic, according to YouTuber, Mrwhosetheboss.
It would take you roughly two hours in a normal car on a road, but flying on one of these would take you just 40 minutes – that’s up to three times faster.
But there is a downside to the flying cars currently heading to market in 2024.
The way that we have built our roads and transport infrastructure makes the Aska A5 flying car somewhat less viable and quite a useless proposition in practice: you can’t drive this thing on a road.
The wing span poses a particular problem when it comes to other traffic on the road.
If all you want to do is fly you can get on a regular plane and fly closer to 805 km/h (500 mph) – that’s over three times faster.
The Aska A5 also costs around $789,000 – so it certainly doesn’t come cheap.