Defense firm unveils Turkey's 1st flying car prototype
ISTANBUL. KAZINFORM Turkish drone manufacturer Baykar's chief technology officer announced the prototype of a flying car on Tuesday, which if materialized could become the first-of-its kind in the country.
The company has been working on technical drawing, conceptual design, testing, detailing and producing the prototype for eight months, Selcuk Bayraktar tweeted.
The flying car, «Cezeri», is expected to complete this September and could be unveiled at Turkey’s largest aerospace and technology festival Teknofest, Anadolu Agency reports.
The car is named after famous Muslim engineer Al Jazari, who lived between 1136 and 1206.
Bayraktar also started a survey to choose one of four different colors of the prototype.
Baykar, established in 1984, produces armed and non-armed drones, control systems, simulators and avionics systems.
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