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The future looks sporty and curvy

If some of the predictions made about cars in the 1920s had come true, we'd all be flying around among mile-high skyscrapers in sleek light aeroplanes in a scene akin to Fritz Lang's 1927 film Metropolis.

24th September, 2005

If some of the predictions made about cars in the 1920s had come true, we'd all be flying around among mile-high skyscrapers in sleek light aeroplanes in a scene akin to Fritz Lang's 1927 film Metropolis.

It's true that in the past eighty years a small handful of flying cars have been built and flown, but none have even made it close to mass production. And flying around skyscrapers these days is a definite no-no.

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