Automaker is about to create history with flying car patent

Toyota Motor Company has applied for a patent that could lead to flying cars.

Toyota Motor Company is setting the pace for the future of car making.

Bloomberg has reported that automaker has filed for a patent on a feature that could lead to flying cars.

According to Application 20150246720, published in the database of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Sept. 3, this feature is a “stackable wing for an aerocar.”

If approved, this feature can change shape, with one configuration for when it is stacked atop the car roof and another more aerodynamic shape for when it’s deployed for flight.

Also, additional wings can be stacked atop the first when the car is in what Toyota called a “roadable mode.”

The application for the patent was sent in March 2014.

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