Electric Car Breaks 200 MPH, Sets New World Land Speed Record

September 19, 2014 4:23 PM

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Google has transformed ordinary Toyota Priuses into hands-free vehicles, each equipped with a rotating camera, sensors and more. According to the AP, the four-wheeled fleet "can steer, stop and start without a human driver." These so-called self-driving cars handle themselves so well that one has even been used to take a blind man for a joy ride (see video above).

With its "Transition" car, Terrafugia proves that the future is finally here. The operator of this amazing vehicle can drive it and fly it. The Transition has already been approved by the Federal Aviation Administration to fly in the skies and by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to...

Also read: As the Apple car dies, Tesla pushes the envelope on self-driving

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