Once it's airborne, though, the rotor arms fold away and the Skycruiser morphs from quadcopter to full-on airplane, reaching a top speed of 314mph thanks to the twin rear propellers. The whole thing's powered by an electric motor, too, so you'll be saving the environment; there's seriously no downside to this thing! Other than the maimed pedestrians, of course.
Or the fact that it doesn't quite exist just yet. Yea, the Skycruiser remains a dream with no set price or production date in place. Still, it offers hope that we'll see an honest-to-goodness flying car in the near future.
Until then, check out the renderings below before staring hatefully at the '04 Neon sitting in your driveway.