LEGO Ideas of the Week: Flying Car

By Nathan Lyle On 20 Oct, 2014 At 06:57 PM | Categorized As Weekly Articles | With 0 Comment

In this section we help promote LEGO Idea projects to help them reach the 10,000 likes needed for their idea to get created! This week we feature the idea called Flying Car created by GeekPerson. Here’s what the creator had to say about the idea:

LEGO Ideas of the Week: Flying Car

One key element of the future is to have flying cars. Throughout sci-fi works, there have often been these vehicles. Majestic towering cities have lines of flying cars in all shapes, sizes, and colors flowing in between buildings. And each day, this science fiction scene is becoming closer and closer to entering reality.

There are many advantages to having a flying car rather than a wheeled car. (Those silly things!)

For example, say that there’s a large hole in the ground. A common wheeled car would fall into it, and probably result in damage and may get stuck. But a futuristic flying car would simply glide right over the hole with a cushion of air, with no damage or fuss.

And it would be the same for the opposite obstacle, a wall. A wheeled car, forced to remain on the ground, would crash into a wall. Damage and the car being unusable would definitely ensure. That would be no problem for the flying car! The vehicle would soar over the wall and continue the journey safely.

This particular flying car is a superior revision of my other project, and includes four propellers, a seat for one, controls, a power system, headlights, taillights, and even a hood ornament.

Be sure to support this idea by clicking on the following link: CLICK HERE

What do you think about this idea? Would you buy it?

About - Hi, my name is Nathan Lyle and I'm the owner of BrickUltra. I love soccer and creating YouTube videos with LEGO! I love listening to community suggestions and opinions so that we can make your time on BrickUltra the best!

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