Flying cars could be soarin’ into the market much sooner than we thought … according to one Aerospace CEO who’s working hard to make this sci-fi dream a reality.
Doron Merdinger, CEO of Doroni Aerospace Inc., joined us Tuesday on “TMZ Live” — filling us in on how his company’s new flying cars could be up for sale in the next 2 years … adding his team has already been testing its flagship project in Florida.
Their vehicle is aptly named the Doroni H1, a 2-seater that can travel a couple hundred feet off the ground with the use of joysticks — not a steering wheel. The futuristic whip can come in handy in a bunch of ways, according to Doron.
The ride will set you back a few hundred Gs, though … but Doron says his crew is doing everything they can to make it a true bang for your buck — which includes its seriously-impressive top speed.
Today, the Biden-Harris Administration released the Fiscal Year 2024 NASA budget request: https://t.co/OpL1rl6D32
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— NASA (@NASA) March 9, 2023
For those unaware, President Biden asked for a $27.2B budget for NASA last week, with some of the funds to be used to test flying cars, and Doron’s company is one of the many working with NASA towards a future in the skies.
BTW — Biden’s budget request came after Trump called for the government to invest in the tech … saying we’ve gotta beat China to the punch. In addition, there are other start-ups developing flying cars too.
Move over “space race” … there’s a new competition in town!
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