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Toyota decides flying cars aren't so crazy after all

Automaker agrees to fund young employees' extracurricular project

A computer graphic of the Cartivator project's flying car (Image courtesy of Cartivator)

TOKYO -- Toyota Motor has decided to finance a flying car project that some of its young employees have been voluntarily working on.

Flying cars are drawing a lot of attention these days, with U.S. startups and aircraft makers increasingly deciding to enter the sector. Amid heated competition to develop next-generation mobility, flight is rapidly emerging as a promising answer.

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