Flying car gets funded on Kickstarter, but don't get too excited

The first flying car to actually, you know, fly took off on February 21, 1937. Since then, a lot of DIY creations have popped up here and there. One of our current favorites is a remote controlled number called 'B' that belongs to Witold Mielniczek from Southampton, United Kingdom.

Mielniczek began a Kickstarter campaign to fund his project back on May 24th. His initial funding goal was £86,500 (about $133,000), but it is already nearing the £100,000 (roughly $154,000) mark with eight days remaining.

According to Kickstarter, 'B' is fast, handles various terrains with ease and can fly with the agility of an Olympic gymnast (okay, I added in that last part for dramatic effect). Basically, it can perform a lot of acrobatic tricks and it is beautifully designed, which is not as easy as you'd think. Find out more about 'B' on Kickstarter and don't forget to scroll down for a gallery of Mielniczek's flying RC car, and check back in approximately never for a realistic flying car that you can actually fit inside.

B Go Beyond, via Kickstarter

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