Video: I mean, if we're going to eventually get flying cars (we won't ever get flying cars, you fools), we can technically fly them in any direction we want, right? Which means, why not flip the car upside down and fly around with the road as your roof and the sky as the ground? Philip Stockton did a little visual experiment with the cars driving down Houston Street in New York, and came up with this kooky idea to flip them upside down. It's weird. It looks good too.
Here's A Bunch Of Upside Down Flying Cars Driving Down The Road
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