Practical Factors to consider for flying car

It is not practical for a foldering wing design because it is too cumbersome. There are considerations when you design the flying car and these are the following;


1) Can consider the above design as a solution as it is low cost to built and practical
2) Not a two seater but a four seater
3) Streamlined design that engurf the entire chasis
4) Balance and stability factors for distribution of the weight via the wheels
5) Increase the engine capacity without increase it’s load, so efficiency must increase
6) Size of the engine is also another factor
7) New lightweight materials that is practical and will not cost a bomb. Aluminium Graphite?
http://www.performancecomposites.com/graphitedesignguide.pdf
8) If you can make a flying car at the cost of a car, you will sell millions


After designing the prototype, you need to consider the internals with the type of controls for practicality
If you can design a product that is practical and functional close to a perfect product, with economies of scale, you would have already derived at maximum profits, which is millions in profits.
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