At CES, Fort Worth, Texas-based firm Bell appear a all-encompassing model of its Nexus hybrid-electric air taxi that can take off and land vertically, and seat five people.

The flying car/helicopter uses six angry ducted fans to move through the air and make vertical abandonment and landing (VTOL) maneuvers, and its hybrid propulsion system is said to allow for accoutrement greater distances than a purely electric drivetrain.

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The aggregation ahead showed off the autogenous of its taxi abstraction at last year’s CES; this year’s actualization hints that it’s made cogent action in designing the vehicle. However, it isn’t a alive prototype; The Verge notes that will be ready closer to the official launch, so you’ll have to wait a while.

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