A British engineer has designed a concept car capable of transforming itself into an airplane, helicopter or motorboat.
Dubbed the Halo Interceptor, the futuristic vehicle was created by Philip Pauley, who previously devised a sophisticated modular system that allows trees to be planted virtually anywhere, including on skyscraper roofs and cruise liners.
The Halo Interceptor has already won numerous accolades, and was touted as being "sexy enough on its own just being a car" by 100 Cute, while Top Speed described the Halo as a vehicle "straight out of a sci-fi movie."
However, according to Pauley, the Interceptor should not be thought of as a flying car, but rather a "road legal airplane, helicopter and motor cruiser."
"[It] comprises a car component - the 'Interceptor' - and three connecting housings, Halo 120°, Halo 46° and Halo 22°," he explained.
"Each housing facilitates a unique and unparalleled transportation experience going far beyond anything currently on the market."
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