The first flying car you can buy might be a Tesla Roadster

The first flying car you can buy might be a Tesla Roadster
Will Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster be a true “flying” machine or simply one fast car? (Image: Supplied)
Jet Sanchez
Elon Musk has once again stirred excitement and scepticism with his latest X (formerly Twitter) proclamation: the forthcoming Tesla Roadster will be able to “fly”.While Musk's tweets are often a mix of audacious vision and provocative marketing, this claim has sparked renewed curiosity about Tesla's high-end sports car.Details, however, remain sparse, leaving many to wonder if “flying” might simply denote unprecedented speed.A long-awaited arrival For those needing a refresher, the Tesla Roadster was unveile...

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