Why are you so passionate about flying cars?
One of the key reasons will be: the road is indeed insufficient.
Big city disease has caused traffic congestion in economic globalization. Authoritative experts in scientific research on urban and rural planning and travel have slowly looked to heaven to deal with this problem. After all, in absolute practical terms, there are more routes than roads. Laurie Gallo, an urban and rural planner at Georgia Tech, believes that reduced commute time may lead to larger cities, but it will also create new employment problems.
The Japanese government seems to be willing to call it.
Japan's "Future Project Investment Development Strategy 2018" has clearly stated the overall goal: to create a government-civilian council dedicated to maintaining "flying cars in the sky" and to develop a route map within the year. In June 2019, the Japanese government clearly stated in the "Implementation Plan for Enhancing the Development Strategy" again: in order to maintain the concept of flying cars, it will promote organizational construction and strive to start new projects in 2023.
No need to wait for you in 2023. The next wave of flying cars will occur in 2020.
Toyota has announced that at the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympic Games in Japan in 2020, they will use their flying cars to ignite the main torch.
Could it be a raging fire?