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Russia's Kalashnikov Unveils 'Flying Car' Prototype

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Russia’s Kalashniov weapons manufacturer has unveiled a “flying car” design whose practical application it plans to unveil soon.

Footage of the flight demonstration published on Monday depicts a single-seat steel frame flanked by eight tandem rotors. The 30-second video shows a pilot taking off, turning around and landing the “flying car.”

Kalashnikov’s director of communications Sophia Ivanova told the state-run RIA Novosti news agency that the concept is undergoing tests.

“We will soon demonstrate the practical application of this device,” Ivanova said on Tuesday.

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