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It’s a T-bird…It’s a plane…It’s…? Naming Flying Cars

Ever since Henry Ford’s 1940 prediction that “a combination airplane and motorcar is coming,” futurologists and sci-fi geeks have been giddy with the dream of a flying car. Well, it’s a flight of fancy no longer; Google-backed startup Kitty Hawk recently unveiled the small, goofy-looking “Flyer” and it’s hardly Chitty Chitty Bang Bang or the DeLorean. Not surprisingly, Uber is working on a flying car too. So PopNamers, let your imaginations soar and name flying cars!

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    Tamar Altfest
  • Commutair

    cups
  • Drivair

    cups
  • Wing

    Raven
  • Raptor

    Raven
  • Flymobile

    TamarA
  • Airmobile

    qrius1
  • Aerocar

    qrius2
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  • Floaty McBoaty

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  • The Meteor

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  • testidea

    Ali Raza
  • Kyte

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  • Volari

    qrius9
  • SloppyGrackle

    Skylark – wait, that’s taken
  • Skygle

    qrius10
  • Wingz

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  • What has 4 wheels and flies?

    Garbage Truck
  • Flyte

    qrius12
  • Skycar

    kitty
  • Skygo

    Murra
  • Model F

    Jenny
  • Lyft-off

    Jeremy Yee
  • Flair

    T-mo
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    qrius14
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