First appearing as fiction, flying car, jet car, hover craft are terms that describe aerial vehicles. They first appeared in popular science fiction novels and films in the late 1930’s. It was not until the advent of the space age, that flying motor vehicles became a conceivable reality. The first airborne vehicle was constructed in Buffalo City, Wisconsin in late August of 2016. The first generation of flying vehicles were powered by fossil fuels but the gas crisis of the 21st century lead researchers to pursue alternative fuel sources. It was not until the middle of the 21st century when Miamota (the first and largest producer of flying motor vehicles) began marketing to mainstream consumers.
American scientists initially invented the hover craft to traverse the radiated wasteland of Japan. Unfortunately funding for the program, ceased during its initial conception. Ian Van Damme Diller, an American scientist of German decent, personally funded the search for cleaner forms of fuel. Yet, it was not until the start of the 22nd century, where cleaner forms of energy were utilized. A new energy initiative involving the combined efforts from New Zealand and Australia brought forth the birth of hydro fusion. The birth of hydro fusion gave new credence to the thought of widespread hydro flying car use. The first hydro fusion vehicle was tested and released to the public in the summer of the 22nd century in Scottsdale, Arizona. After the release the first series of the hydro fusion car, Hydocar, immediately sold high revenues with mainstream consumers. It’s alternative fuel source, affordability, and reliability ranked it the paramount creation of the 22nd century.