MobileMag reports that an “unmanned ‘Mule version'” of the X-Hawk flying car will be commercially available by 2009, whilst larger models that seat 10+ are planned for 2010 and beyond. Video (CGI) after the jump.

Flying won’t come cheap, of course, with the estimated price sitting between $1.5 and $3.5 million, “and Yoeli admits those estimates might be low.” Urban Aeronautics, Yoeli’s own company, says that the X-Hawk will initially be implemented “as a workhorse vehicle that could be used by firefighters, rescue teams, and the military

[via Gizmodo]

MobileMag reports that an “unmanned ‘Mule version'” of the X-Hawk flying car will be commercially available by 2009, whilst larger models that seat 10+ are planned for 2010 and beyond. Video (CGI) after the jump.

Flying won’t come cheap, of course, with the estimated price sitting between $1.5 and $3.5 million, “and Yoeli admits those estimates might be low.” Urban Aeronautics, Yoeli’s own company, says that the X-Hawk will initially be implemented “as a workhorse vehicle that could be used by firefighters, rescue teams, and the military

[via Gizmodo]