Terrafugia, the Massachusetts-based developer of the Transition roadable light sport aircraft, is close to finalizing the design of its ambitious follow-on project, the TF-2 passenger and cargo vertical-takeoff-and-landing urban air mobility (UAM) vehicle. Unlike most other UAM designs unveiled so far, the TF-2 extends the roadable aircraft concept by integrating the flying vehicle with an attachable, drivable four-passenger or cargo pod that can carry up to 1,200 lb. on ranges up to 185 ...

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