> "In order to justify a clear distinction between the two, there would, in my opinion, > need to be a clearly referenced solid definition for "flying car" that at least > partially excludes roadable aircraft. That is, we'd need to demonstrate that they are > clearly different things. So far as I can see, there is no such definition, and I > think we all agree on that much, at least."
Quote: A Google search for "flying car", for example, provides almost nothing but hits for what are essentially "roadable aircraft", many of them for their developer's websites, rather than from general media reporting.
You also point to Popular Mechanics article which states:
Quote: Krossblade CEO Dan Lubrich argues that the SkyCruiser is not just another flying car. Itís a roadable aircraft thatís optimized for flight, rather than a hybrid vehicle thatís not really great at either.