Meg Jones
Journal Sentinel
August 2, 2013

A car that will likely cost close to $300,000 and won’t roll off the assembly line for a couple of more years must be pretty special.

The Terrafugia Transition offers a few bells and whistles for the sky-high price tag — it’s a car that flies. Or a plane that can be driven on the interstate.

“Wow. Looks like fun,” said Phil Wade of Belleville, Mich., as he watched the Terrafugia Transition fly Monday during the afternoon air show on the first day of EAA AirVenture.

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