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Volkswagon Concept Hover Car Flys Through China

Volkswagon Concept Hover Car Flys Through China

By Richard Stalker May 10, 2012

Volkswagon has been at the forefront of automotive technology for years. Most recently it was the introduction of the fastest production car of all time Bugatti Veyron. Now they have the beginnings of a flying concept car. Not in the …

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