The Terrafugia Transition, the world’s first practical flying car, is announcing new features


Terrafugia presents updates for its two-seat auto and aircraft. As a single vehicle that can fly & drive, it’s designed to kick off the Mobility Revolution.

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The first production flying vehicles by Terrafugia will come to market in 2019, announced the company at EAA AirVenture 2018 in Oshkosh.

Terrafugia announced new features in the Transition production vehicle, a two-seat auto and aircraft, including updates to the interior, safety systems, motor, and flight instrumentation. The latest features and systems will be incorporated and verified in the next test vehicles.

As a unique automotive vehicle and a light sport aircraft, the Transition is built for both aviation and automotive safety to comply with FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) and NHTSA (National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration) standards. The new features will enable the Transition® to meet all the necessary requirements while optimizing the flight experience for both pilot and passenger.

new terrafugia transition at eaa Oshkosh 2018-

New terrafugia transition at eaa Oshkosh 2018; photos:


Each individual component is engineered with safety and quality as the objective behind each design decision. The Transition improvements will include:

The Transition will now drive in hybrid mode, using a combination of an internal combustion engine and a LiFePO4 (Lithium iron phosphate chemistry) battery – proven to be much safer than other lithium battery chemistries. The throttle incorporates a boost feature for a brief burst of extra power while flying.

The interior is remodeled with upgraded seats, an attractive and intuitive user interface experience, and increased luggage capacity. Updated safety systems include: improved seat belts, airbags, and increased visibility with three rearview cameras in drive mode.

Terrafugia is partnering with state-of-the-art suppliers for avionics and parachutes. Dynon is providing the EFIS (Electrical Flight Information Systems) and BRS is providing a full frame parachute system.

new terrafugia transition at eaa Oshkosh 2018

New terrafugia transition at eaa Oshkosh 2018; photos:

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