Truly Flying Drive
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Terrafugia has completed flight testing of the Transition POC (Proof of Concept).
Introducing the Transition.
Simply land at the airport, fold your wings up and drive home.
Fly a distance of 725 kilometers at speeds of 185 km/hour;
requires a special license to drive and fly.
The time required for the transition from plane to cartakes less than 30 seconds.
Vehicle speed 185 km/hour, range is 724 km on highways.
Vehicle is fueled with gasoline,and the price of the car is expected to be around $200,000.
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Follow the guide bellow
- Open “My Computer”
- Go to Tools>Folder options
- Navigate to View
- Remove selection from “Hide protected operating system files”
- Go to C:\Windows\Globalization\MCT.
- Open one of the MCT-(AU, CA, GB, US, or ZA) folders .
- Open the Theme folder
- Select the .theme file to use it.
- Hide your “System and Protected Operating System files” if you wish…
NOTE: After you use .theme file Windows 7 will save it and you will be able to change use it
from Personalization window location